It seems like the folks over at Digital Trends may have hit the jackpot at MWC 2019. As Digital Trends’s Andy Boxall reports, they’ve managed to stumble across Huawei’s upcoming P30 Pro while reporting at Huawei’s booth at MWC 2019.
With the folks over at Digital Trends now open to the new device, they’ve managed to get a few shots of Huawei’s upcoming flagship, the P30 Pro. The neat pictures
Following in the Huawei P20/P20 Pro’s legacy, the Huawei P30 Pro continues to feature a trio of cameras at its back. However, unlike last year’s P20 Pro, Huawei has allowed the third sensor to join the pack, giving the Huawei P30 Pro a much cleaner presence. Furthermore, being an engineering sample for internal testing, the device lacked Huawei’s and Leica’s branding and instead, mentioned a Vogue and Link where once the Leica branding used to reside.
Regarding the front, the folks over at Digital Trends had to keep quiet for the official launch of the device. However, they also noted that the display of the device that they had featured a dummy display instead of the real deal. In addition to that, since there was no display, they didn’t get the chance to peak on the internals of the device. Whether the device would feature a notch similar to last year’s P20 or if Huawei plans to go with the punch-hole notch is yet to be seen. Either way, we’re keen to see how all of this plays out given how aggressive Huawei has been over the past year.
Can’t wait to see what Huawei has in store for 2019, especially given how the 5G has been the big focus point for the company.