Huawei P30 Users’ Horrifying Zoomed-In Pics Will Have Your Home On Lockdown 24/7
By Mikelle Leow, 09 Apr 2019
Image via Huawei
About a couple of weeks back, Huawei debuted its Leica-powered P30 series in Paris. The lineup has since made its way across the world, and judging by super high-res pictures and videos shot by early adopters, you’ll either love its state-of-the-art zoom capabilities or dislike them for being full-on intrusive.
Photos and videos revealing the P30 and P30 Pro’s terrifying zoom qualities have emerged online. For context, Apple’s flagship iPhone XS touts a 2x optical zoom and a digital zoom of up to 10x, whereas the P30 boasts a 3x optical and 30x digital zoom. The P30 Pro? An eerie 5x and 50x respectively.
In a video gone viral, a smartphone owner successfully magnifies his view from a high-rise building to the park downstairs and beyond. The camera zooms all the way into the words of chess pieces atop a Chinese chess board. To this end, the footage is still highly visible.
Other images include a super close-up view of a person’s epidermis, as well as hidden digits on a dollar note.
Check out some early visuals captured by users with the Huawei P30 series. Nothing is sacred anymore.
More Huawei P30 Pro zoom madness: wide-angle, 1x, 10x, 50x pic.twitter.com/2TFld5Mwcy— next gadget up (@nextgadgetup) April 4, 2019
YALL HUAWEI P30 PRO ZOOM REALLY IS NO JOKE THIS WAS FROM A BTS CONCERT FROM THE BACK OF A STADIUM pic.twitter.com/fauMw7Kh2S— UNINE C位李汶翰 (@zerensDBABY) April 7, 2019
[via Business Insider Singapore and Mothership, images via various sources]
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