Huawei Caught Using Stock Images To Promote Upcoming P30 Smartphone Series


Early this year, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro scored 109 points on DxOMark's smartphone photography and videography tests-tying up with the Huawei P20 Pro at the top.

Huawei is soon to launch its flagship P30 series for which the rumors, official teasers, and promotions are in full swing.

The ELE-L29 and VOG-L29 variants of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro smartphones have been certified by Taiwan's NCC and Indonesia's TKDN certification agencies.

To tease the possibilities available with this new camera, Huawei has shared a number of images to demonstrate the new superzoom feature in action. Previous leaks also indicated the presence of 4 cameras (then 3 afterwards) but their potential was rather embellished in the promotional photos since they were actually created by a DSLR and not by the smartphone camera itself.

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Huawei Caught Using Stock Images To Promote Upcoming P30 Smartphone Series

The leaked renders show off the color options, which are a good indication of what Huawei is preparing for the rest of the line-up. The outlet reckons that the colorway will be called "Sunrise", but it doesn't look like Huawei is going for a super-aggressive gradient here.

GadgetMatch found this out by doing a reverse image search which revealed that a photograph featuring a young child with duckling, is too similar for comfort to a photo originally from a photographer's 2009 portfolio. A spokesperson has since told the press that there has been a "misunderstanding" with the images Yu used to promote the P30 Pro.

"We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the media for their interest in our posters".

Therefore, Huawei wanted to check out just how well P30 Pro's hardware specs perform and it signed the device on AnTuTu. The giant mobile company has been caught for the third time for faking DSLR pictures as pictures taken from the mobile phone.

The photograph was chosen to showcase the improved low-light performance and zoom capabilities of the smartphone camera.