Three things we like about the Huawei Pura 70 Pro

Huawei unveiled its latest Pura 70 series as the answer to what happens after the P series. While the Huawei P series remains relevant, here are some of the features we appreciated from Huawei’s latest introduction, the Huawei Pura 70 Pro.

The P series from Huawei is synonymous with decent if not compelling camera features. Yes, this does depend on the model you have, but Huawei’s P series has a history of bringing forward the camera’s competent skill set as its strongest selling point.

No one is complaining so far, due to the ultra lighting feature added to make those images taken in the dark, a walk in the park.

Fast image capturing: Ultra speed snapshot feature

It’s the ultra-speed snapshot feature, available on the primary and telephoto sensors that make you the fastest snapshot image taker when your mission is to capture fast-moving objects with credible clarity.

A 108 MP sensor captures crisp images thanks to a large f1/1.6 aperture balanced by Huawei’s AI image stabilizer. A 40 MP ultra-wide angle lens, alongside a 20 MP telephoto lens synonymously promise quality portraits.

These are geared to make a statement, that the latest Pura comes into the South African market ready to compete.

The battery

The Pura 70 Pro comes with a 5050mAh battery bringing in 100 W wired supercharging alongside wireless charging at 80 watts. It’s interesting how Huawei has advanced in terms of battery charging speed and overall battery longevity as charging for most smartwatches like the Watch Fit 3 and Huawei Watch GT 4 tend to take days if not a week to tap out.

The Pura 70 Pro brings in some interesting charging speed, which arguably had us on a full charge in under 30 minutes.

Durable Kunlun Glass

The Huawei Pura Pro models come equipped with Super Durable Kunlun Glass, featuring a reinforced network skeleton that doubles its strength. It’s peace of mind that we go for these days. Accidental drops no longer bring heart-stopping panic thanks to Huawei’s latest screen protection with little nanocrystals intended to strengthen the device screen.

Compared with ordinary screen glasses, the Kunlun Glass edition has increased screen protection to ten times which translates to less worries when an accidental fall occurs.

Upon it’s release, Huawei’s Kunlun Galsss obtained the Swiss SGS five-star anti-fall and anti-fall authoritative certification, which means it brought stronger fall resistance alongside pressure resistance to the Huawei camp.

Fast track to the introduction of the Huawei Pura 70 series and you have updated Kunlun Glass protection meaning battle-ready device, promising to make a noble statement.

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