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Huawei’s P30 Pro, New Details Revealed

Huawei has been on a move, with the announcement of their Mate X foldable smartphone, the brand has solidified its position in 2019 and plans on moving up from there. After the brand overtook Apple it now targets Samsung. Huawei’s flagship phone, the P30 Pro is expected to make an appearance next month at Paris, France but the phone was earlier spotted at MWC. Roland Quandt, a credible tipster, however, has leaked credible information about the upcoming P30 Pro.

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The leak showcases the front and the back of the device revealing its triple rear camera setup. One of the most striking features of the camera is its ability to capture high resolution 10X zoom images. With aperture sizes ranging from F / 1.6 and F / 3.4 hence we can assume a wide angle, telephoto and a standard sensor. On top of that are also laser autofocus and a dual LED flash with a depth sensor as well. As we move towards the front of the phone we notice a teardrop notch but not just any notch, a much more refined and clean notch than ever in a Huawei smartphone. The top and bottom bezels are extremely thin and the side bezels are non-existent.

The fingerprint sensor seems to be under the glass but what’ll be interesting is to see if Huawei goes for an ultrasonic one or just the regular one used by literally every smartphone except the S10. According to the source, the P30 is to house a headphone jack while the Pro version omits it. While not a lot of information is known about the internals of the phone, the SoC used would be the Kirin 980. 5G could be possible and we could expect it to be Huawei’s take on a new market which not a lot of manufacturers have cornered. As always Huawei has planned a couple of interesting colour options for the P30 namely, ‘Twilight’ and ‘Aurora’.

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The P30 Pro is undoubtedly a killer built to compete with this year’s flagship smartphones and we expect it to deliver well. With a variety of new smartphones ready to take on 2019, Huawei would have to step up and deliver a smartphone capable of packing a punch and declaring its position on the global market scale.

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