Huawei is all set to start to unveil its biggest release, and that is P30 Pro, an event in Paris, France on March 26. It is definitely a big deal, and we have already seemed a few leaks and there is also a suggestion here that we could take part in for something interesting. We now have the information that the new periscope camera is going to release also, with way more improved capabilities over the horizon.
That sounds pretty great, and one more thing that the company is also showing some sample shots Weibo, but it seems that these photos are not taken with P30 Pro.
The unfortunate thing here is we know that one of these shots was taken with DSLR, rather than P30 Pro. These images were supposed to tease this new zooming feature but one GSM Arena reader spotted, in one of the images taken using a DSLR.
Huawei released its official explanation after this:
“We’ve been made aware that there might have been some misunderstanding regarding our recent HUAWEI P30 Series teaser posters. We would like to reiterate that those are, in fact, only teaser posters, and are only intended to hint at the unique new features that will come with the HUAWEI P30 Series. Huawei has acquired the licenses to the original images and the posters are artistic renditions of said features only. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the media for their interest in our posters. We have much to announce in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned!”
The company has a record of these kinds of things as back in August it was caught faking selfies when it’s used a DSLR but that was supposed to come from Huawei Nova and it was claimed by Huawei that the ad was supposed to show people how to use their phone.
Huawei thinks that people will believe their explanations, but we think that the best course of action is to stop faking photos.