Change the Case of the Huawei P30 Pro
The Huawei P30 Pro extends the rounded edge design of the last year’s Huawei Mate 20 series with a slightly sleeker persona. Even though the glass sandwiching is not something new, the P30 Pro’s design feels refreshing. This vibe can be ascribed to the slim profile as well as the rounded edges on both sides which adds a sense of continuity. Even though there is a metal frame separating the two glass surfaces, the seamless binding makes it blend very easily. On the top and the bottom, however, Huawei has consciously chosen sharp contouring and flattened surfaces. This, says Huawei, has been inspired by the design of a diamond.
The Huawei P30 Pro’s back also features a bump to house the multi-camera setup besides the logos for Huawei and Leica. The bump is venial considering the fact that the P30 Pro actually packs in a periscopic setup to deliver its salient 5X optical zoom capabilities. The LED flash and the Time of Flight (ToF) camera have been flushed under the glass, which adds to the sense of luxury. There’s no physical fingerprint scanner on the since Huawei has opted for an in-display sensor.