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Between Huawei P30 Pro vs. Google Pixel 3: which camera is better?

The Huawei P30 Pro has earned fame for having one of the best cameras. The latest Google model, Pixel 3, is also considered one of the best in terms of camera. With both taking excellent photographs. The Pixel 3 excels in both daylight and nightlight, but the Huawei P30 offers incredible performance in low light conditions, so you can snatch the crown from Google? This is the mystery that we will solve for you in this duel between Huawei P30 Pro vs. Google Pixel 3

Huawei P30 Pro vs. Google Pixel


The P30 Pro has a 40 megapixel main wide-angle lens with an aperture of f / 1.6 and optical image stabilization (OIS). It incorporates an ultra-wide 20 megapixel lens with an aperture of f / 2.2, and an 8 megapixel telephoto lens with an aperture of f / 3.4 and also has OIS. All three lenses are backed by a ToF sensor (Time-of-flight). The P30 Pro integrates Super Zoom, a periscope zoom system that provides a 5x optical zoom and a 10x hybrid zoom, and changes the RGGB color filter to the Huawei RYYB SuperSpectrum sensor to increase the amount of light absorbed by a 40 percent.

The Pixel 3 has a unique 12.2 megapixel camera lens with an f / 1.8 aperture, autofocus and phase detection with Dual Pixel technology, electronic and optical image stabilization and a large pixel size of 1.4 nm. It is also packed with Google software tricks to get incredible images in low light conditions, including a function called Night Sight, and much more.

If the cameras are very different, the applications also. The application of the P30 Pro camera is full of functions, making use of the different lenses, zoom modes and many more. The Pixel application is simpler, with panoramic, video, night and portrait modes. The rest of the options are few, and it is less complicated to learn. Both are fast under normal circumstances, but the Pixel is faster to capture photos in night mode.


Both cell phones accompanied me on a trip through Taipei, taking the classic photos of a vacation. I always used the automatic mode, and only in a few photos did we use some of the functions, such as portrait mode, night mode and wide-angle lens.




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One day at the spectacular and interesting National Palace Museum in Taipei, where the cameras took pictures both indoors and outdoors, testing performance in low light conditions. The first was taken in the vicinity of the museum, from a low angle, against a cloudy and stormy sky.