The P30 Pro Breathing Crystal is cool and all… but if you wanna spice up your current phone check dbrand out: https://dbrand.com/Frozen Thanks to dbrand for sponsoring this video. Its time to durability test the Huawei P30 Pro. This newest flagship smartphone from Huawei has 5 cameras! Four on the back with a super interesting 5x optical zoom camera. We’ll start off the P30 Pro Durability test with the scratch test. We’ll see what the P30 pro is made from. Glass? aluminum? plastic? Breathing Crystal?
The Huawei P30 Pro is one of the coolest phones we’ve seen so far this year in 2019. I see big things in store for that periscope camera technology.
You might be asking yourself. Whats the difference between The P30 Pro and The regular P30? I’m not really sure. But one costs more and has more cameras. So theres that.
Last years P20 Pro Durability Test: https://youtu.be/ax2qnnS-LmQ
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