Huawei P30 Pro Teardown! - How does a 'Periscope Camera' work?
- Published on Apr 22, 2019
- The Huawei P30 Pro has a pretty awesome Periscope camera on the back with 5 times optical zoom and 50 times digital zoom! The P30 Pro has some pretty intense hardware. Lets appreciate it from the inside. This is the tool kit I used: amzn.to/2VeU3Ee
Taking apart the Huawei P30 Pro is easy enough. The whole thing is glued together. Like most smartphones these days. But with enough heat and gentle prying we can get the back cover off the P30 Pro and get access to the internals. Like the 4 rear cameras, internal battery, and underscreen fingerprint scanner.
What do you think of the periscope camera? Should every manufacture add one?
See the durability test of the Huawei P30 Pro Here: thexvid.com/video/0IrPJ2l19fc/video.html
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