Huawei will unveil a brand new flagship smartphone P30 Series whose main feature will be the multi-lens rear camera, that’s supposed to deliver better zoom than most competitors.
Confer to that, Huawei was caught faking smartphone selfies back in August. The company used a DSLR to shoot a misleading ad that suggested the selfies were taken with a new Nova phone.
At the time, Huawei said that the purpose of the ad was to demonstrate how customers can use the new phones, and the product shots were for reference only, as it was stated at the end of that ad. Even so, it didn’t look good for Huawei.
Huawei may rightly point out these are just ads, and that the imagery is for reference only. However, it still doesn’t look good for the company.
Huawei is not the only company having been caught recently faking ads, with Samsung pulling off a similar move.