TIPA General Assembly has awarded the Huawei P30 Pro the honor of “Best Photo Smartphone” and has recognized thedevice as one of the Best Products of 2019.

This is the third year in a row, that TIPA has awarded this title to a HUAWEI P Series flagship smartphone.

This again confirms that HUAWEI P30 Pro is the current benchmark for smartphone photography with the highest score in the history of DxOMark and provides the best low-light performance, class-leading zoom capabilities.

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro

Changzhu Li, Vice President of Handset Business for Huawei Consumer BG, said,
Camera experience has always been the focus of Huawei’s strategy for the HUAWEI P Series. We would like to thank TIPA once again for honoring our latest flagship P30 Pro.

Equipped with the Leica Quad Camera, the HUAWEI P30 Pro rewrites the rules of photography with a host of innovations—including the revolutionary RYYB color filter array and extreme 5x optical zoom—improving photography experience at a fundamental level. Advances such as these give consumers more freedom to use Huawei devices to record the most exciting moments in life as they happen.
Thomas Gerwens, TIPA Chairman, commented;
Huawei together with Leica is pushing the limits of smart photography again with the introduction of the new P30 Pro and enables users to shoot photos and videos in fantastic quality.

The official citation of the P30 Pro from the TIPA General Assembly commented about the Huawei P30 Pro;
Incredible Low Light Performance and Focal Length Options. The P30 Pro is dubbed a “quad camera” with numerous imaging options. The primary camera has a 1/1.7 40MP sensor that yields 10MP images.

The optical stabilized lens has a 27mm (equivalent) focal length and maximum f/1.6 aperture, plus there is a 20MP 16mm (equivalent) super-wide option, a stabilized 5X (125mm equivalent) periscope style telephoto lens with folded optics, and a fourth PDAF “Time of Flight” AF sensor. The P30 Pro can cover an incredible focal length range thanks to a “super-resolution” algorithm that combines several RAW images into one high-res image that is then cropped to produce a 50X zoom effect.

Low-light capability is equally impressive, with a top ISO of 409.600 that can capture exposures in near darkness, which is claimed to be 40% more light sensitive than a standard RGB sensor, delivering the best low-light performance of any smartphone camera to date.