There’s a new Huawei flagship phone on the market, with the Chinese manufacturer debuting two devices in Paris earlier today. Of the two devices, it’s the Huawei P30 Pro that immediately draws our attention, and will likely prove an impressive offering when it lands locally in a couple of weeks.

If you’ve already bought last year’s P20 Pro, however, is there a need to upgrade to the latest device? Well we can only truly answer that question once we’ve thoroughly reviewed the P30 Pro, but for now we can still look at the specifications of each device to see how they compare.

And that’s precisely what we’ve done here, listing the key specifications of the P20 Pro and P30 Pro. Namely the display, cameras, processor, RAM, onboard storage and battery capacity.

The only thing missing is the price for the P30 Pro, so we’ll have to skip that aspect for now.

Scroll down further to compare the key specifications of both devices.

Smartphones Huawei P20 Pro Huawei P30 Pro
Display 6.1″ (2 240 X 1 080) 6.47″ (2 340 X 1 080)
Cameras Triple lens (40MP wide, 20MP monochrome, 8MP telephoto) Quad lens (40MP wide, 20MP ultra-wide, 8MP telephoto, ToF camera)
Processor Octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 970 Octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 980
RAM 6GB or 8GB 6GB or 8GB
Storage 64GB, 128GB or 256GB 128GB, 256GB or 512GB
Battery 4 000mAh 4 200mAh

Naturally the P30 Pro is sporting better specifications across the board, but whether they’re enough to upgrade remains to be seen. Looking at the specifications of the P20 Pro, however, does reveal that it is still a very goof flagship phone, even by 2019 standards.

As such if you haven’t bought a new phone in the past couple of years, the P20 Pro might prove a very savvy purchase, especially as the price of the phone will likely go down a bit once the P30 Pro lands locally.