April 9, 2019: Chinese smartphone company Huawei has introduced P30 series handsets in the Nepali market.
The phones will be available for sales from April 12 in the market.
The Huwei P30 Series builds on the Huawei P series DNA in design and groundbreaking photography and is the company’s most advanced series of smartphone cameras. The P30 series feature the innovative Huawei SuperSpectrum Sensor, an optical super zoom lens, a new Huawei Time of Flight (ToF) camera, and enhanced optical and AI image stabilisation technology.
Huawei claimed that the P30 series is sure to set pace for the next generation of smartphones by empowering people to capture the true beauty of the world around them. Achieving a record-high overall DxOMark score of 112, the P30 Pro is equipped with a new Leica Quad camera system, including a 40MP main camera with the Huawi SuperSpectrum Sensor, a 20MP ultra-wide angle camera, an 8MP telephoto camera, the Huawei ToF camera and a 32MP front camera that takes selfies to a new level,.
Huawei says that this fundamental shift in sensor technology, combined with Huawi AIS, OIS and P30 Pro’s f/1.6 wide aperture, delivers extraordinary photography and videography experiences across a wide range of scenarios and lighting conditions—including extreme low light—producing images with enhanced details, color and clarity.
P30 pro is available at Rs 1, 19,900 and P30 costs Rs 84,900, while P30 Lite carries a price tag of Rs 39,990. Pre-booking of the new phones is available until April 10, 2019.
Huawei has tied up with Nabil Bank, Machhapuchchhre Bank, Mega Bank, Kumari Bank Siddhartha Bank, Global IME Bank, Century Bank, NIC Asia, NMB Bank and Nepal Investment Bank Limited for EMI facilities for the purchase of Huawei P30 Series at 0 percent interest rate.
Alongside the new P series handsets, the company has also launched the Huawei Watch GT - a built-in GPS smartwatch - in Active and Elegant editions, FreeLace wireless earphones and Huawei X Gentle Monster eyeware, new smart glasses co-designed with the Korean optical brand Gentle Monster.
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