The official Twitter account of Huawei has officially revealed the official launch of its P30 series. The date is set on March 26, 2019 and it is to be held in Paris. There had been rumors in the past few months about the company’s next flagship iteration but the tweet signifies the P series will live on. Check out this tweet and see you yourself what’s in store for you.
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Quad rear camera
While the previous Huawei P flagship, the P20, featured three cameras on the back, the P30 Pro will sport an even better quad-cam setup. There’s no confirmation yet if the P30 will feature the four-camera configuration though we think it will only get three. There will be a way to easily switch from a dual-cam setup to triple-cam setup according to case maker Olixar.
The new P30 series may also be capable of zooming in as suggested by the latest video clip. This is very likely as the older Huawei P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro already have such capability.
Although there’s no official confirmation yet, the new Huawei P30 will most likely utilize the Kirin 980 chipset, just like the Mate’s SoC.
Other latest rumors:
- Almost no bezel
- A 3.5mm headphone port
- A 1080 x 2340 screen
The price of a brand new P30 will most likely be close to the original selling price of the Huawei P20, which was about US $790. Pricing will also be dictated by the specific model depending on storage capacity.
Huawei has a habit of releasing their devices in the early part of the year. As the video clip confirms, the P30 will probably become available a few weeks after the official announcement in Paris this March.
Let us know in the comments below what you think about the upcoming Huawei P30 series.
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