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Huawei P30 Pro design
One thing that Huawei has been vocal about is that all facets of the P30 Pro — from its external appearance to the selection of notification sounds — are supposed to have been inspired by nature. In particular, Huawei has taken inspiration from salt flats, natural desert-like expanses where dry mineral deposits glisten in the sunlight. Thanks to a nine-layer “nano-optical” coating, the glass rear panel of the Huawei P30 Pro exhibits swirling, shifting colours depending on how you look at it.
There are supposed to be three colour finishes with subtle colour gradients representing different times of the day, plus a neutral black, but only two are available in India. Breathing Crystal and Aurora both have blueish gradients, but the former is much lighter with white and lilac accents, while the latter is deep and saturated with teal at the top and dark purple at the bottom. The reddish-orange Amber Sunrise and plain black options have not been launched in India, which is a pity.
Multi-colour gradient finishes are currently all the rage with Chinese brands, and we're not sure that everyone will want a phone that stands out so distinctively. Our Aurora version of the Huawei P30 Pro certainly grabbed attention, because of its colouring and also because of its sheer size and the distinctive camera modules on the rear.
The Huawei P30 Pro is big even by today's standards. It measures 158mm tall, 73.4mm wide, and 8.41mm thick. Its weight at 192g will also be a bit too much for some people's comfort. You won't have an easy time if you try using this phone with one hand, and it will feel top-heavy when typing.
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