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Huawei’s P30 Pro 10X Zoom Lens & A New Gradient Color Leaked

As the reveal of Huawei’s latest flagship smartphone nears more and more details about the device start to surface. Recently we discovered the phone’s internals, benchmark scores and the geometrical look of the device. Today though, leaked by a credible tipster Roland Quandt, new details about the Huawei P30 Pro emerge.

Huawei has been keen on putting up a show just by the looks of their devices and the different gradient colours they come with. This time around four colours has been revealed for the P30 Pro out which the Sunrise shade strikes the most. Revealed for the first time in a Huawei smartphone the Sunrise colour despite being furious in nature is subtle on the eyes and is certainly a delight. The device maintains its very Huawei like DNA with a very bold water drop notch with quite sharp corners throughout the device.

Huawei's P30 Pro 10X Zoom Lens & A New Gradient Color Leaked 2

Quite little is known about the cameras on the device yet the tipster suggests that the square cutout on the back of the device would house a 10x optical zoom just like Oppo showcased at their event. The aperture sizes are to vary from f/1.6 to f/3.4 while the focal length of the complete system between 16- 125 mm. The rest of the sensors are expected to be the normal shooter and a wide angle lens, quite ordinary to Huawei smartphones. The 10X zoom option is undeniably quite interesting given how manufacturers opt for a wide angle and telephoto lens over an optical zoom one but this could be the next big thing in terms of smartphone camera trends.

One of the most interesting facts about the P30 Pro is that it omits the headphone jack while the non Pro variant decides to keep it. The overall geometry of the device seems very streamlined and the camera bump is also very minimal. The phone’s 5G rating is yet uknown but we could expect the Pro version to be 5G ready. As far as the fingerprint sensor is concerned, there is no talk of an ultrasonic sensor under the display but we could expect Huawei to step up and offer a more 2019 solution to the security problem.

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