Nafisa Akabor reviews the Huawei P30 Pro for TechCentral.

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Huawei took things up a notch (har, har) in 2018 with the P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro models. It introduced sleek new designs with outstanding cameras and an impressive battery life. The payoff was that it shipped in excess of 200 million units globally, including the Honor brand; and while its market share is steadily on the rise, rival Samsung is on a decline.

Can it continue the same trend in 2019? The Chinese manufacturer has once again raised the bar with its newest flagship, the P30 Pro. TechCentral has been testing the premium device for just over two weeks now. It boasts a new quad-camera setup, a feature heavily emphasised since launch.

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