Compare the features of two Huawei flagship smartphones.
The Huawei P30 Pro has a Leica Quad Camera System, widely considered one of the best smartphone cameras on the market. In addition to a 40MP + 20MP + 8MP + TOS lens setup, Huawei’s AI-assisted photography means you always capture the moment.
The 2020 Huawei P40 Pro built upon what the P30 Pro started and is now ranked the top smartphone camera in the world by DXOMARK. The P40 Pro still offers AI-assisted shooting but with upgraded hardware with a new Leica quad-camera setup featuring a 50MP + 40MP + 12MP + 3D Depth Camera lens arrangement.
The P30 Pro was approved by Google prior to the restrictions which led to Huawei not having access to Google apps. This means the P30 Pro is loaded with Google Mobile Services and Google apps like Gmail, YouTube and the Google Play Store.
The P40 Pro is Huawei’s first flagship phone to launch Huawei Mobile Services, departing from the Google equivalent. In place of the Play Store is the ever-growing Huawei AppGallery. An additional service called Petal Search helping you to find more apps not yet present in the AppGallery.
The P30 Pro puts a 6.47-inch OLED display in your hand. Combined with the Dewdrop display ensures you can be immersed in your videos vehicle keeping bezels thin and delivering stunning colours for a great viewing experience.
With a few small tweaks, the P40 Pro is a very different approach to your new screen by Huawei. This 6.58-inch display with a double-hole punch front-facing camera results in a remarkable 91.6% screen-to-body ratio. Combined with a 90Hz refresh rate, HDR10 support and greater ppi density, the P40 Pro offers a great display for watching your favourite videos.
Android 9 EMUI 10(upgradable to Android 10)
GSM / HSPA / LTE
40MP + 20MP + 8MP + TOS
Android 10 EMUI 10.1
Kirin 990 5G
GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G capable
50MP + 40MP + 12MP + 3D Depth Camera