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Huawei Got Caught Passing Off Professional Picture As Image From New Phone

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Huawei tried to pass off a professional photo as an image taken with its new flagship phone, the P30. Business Insider reports the phone will launch later this month. Images uploaded to Huawei's Weibo account seemed to show the P30's camera in action. However, they were actually stock photos taken with a DSLR. Although Huawei did not explicitly say the images were taken with the P30 camera, it has since added a disclaimer. This is not the first time Huawei has been caught passing off pro-pics as mobile images.

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