Huawei announced a new smartphone at the beginning of September.
By David Phelan
In fact, it turned out to be a redesigned P30 Pro. I mean, Huawei wasn’t hiding the fact, it kept the same name and everything, and since many companies keep a near-identical design on successive smartphones over several years, to introduce an existing model with an all-new design is quite something in itself.
Now, the phone comes in two new colors, Mystic Blue and Misty Lavender. Personally, I’m not convinced there’s that much mystical about them but misty certainly seems to hit the spot. Whatever they’re called, they look great. That’s down to a two-tone finish that’s matte across most of the phone but glossy at the top area where the highly proficient cameras sit.Today In: Innovation
There was a great benefit to this redesign: it looks new and so is newsworthy, but because it’s a phone that has already been announced, it’s a neat way of ensuring the phone is able to receive full Google services on its Android operating system. More