Once again, Huawei has been caught promoting a fake photo, that wasn’t caught with the upcoming P30 Pro camera. Instead, the photo was shot on a DSLR.
It was officially spotted by Gsmarena, and the fake photo is like a campaign promoting the autencity of the Huawei P30 Pro, which turns out to be fake.
Sincerely, it is really boring, much like unfortunate series of the Chinese company, as they keep on advertising fake photos of their Smartphone camera.
Having compared the “fake” Huawei P30 sample shots grabbed by GSMAreana with the ones in Richard Yu’s weibo post, it’s safe to say that Huawei updated the pics with a disclaimer *after* being called out. This wouldn’t have been an issue if this was done in the first place. pic.twitter.com/8RmRPFWcIO
— Richard Lai (@richardlai) March 12, 2019
The Chinese company were caught having this time of camera campaign boasts in August 2018 for a Huawei Nova 3 commercial.
Frankly, if the company keeps on pushing this misleading stunts then, the customers, viewers and all commercial users will take their presence and future imaging capabilities of its products as false reports.
Nevertheless, the Huawei P30 Pro is expected to debut with four cameras, which is a periscope lens, and 7x zoom. Well, Oppo, another Chinese Smartphone maker has done a similar thing lately.
To make the situation more devastating and offsetting, Huawei were reportedly uploading stock images on their official Weibo account.
Meaning that the stock images were not caught using their own original DSLR shots. There were almost five photos, and none of them were shots via either Huawei P30 or P30 Pro handset. This doesn’t suit the image of the company!