Huawei is slated to announce their P30 series of flagship smartphones in March this year. Ever since they announced the P20 and P20 Pro last year, we now expect them to release two smartphones in this series.
The previous announcement clearly said that they were going to reveal the P30 to the world on March 26th. However, we still didn’t have an idea whether they will have a ‘Pro’ version this year and it seems we have a confirmation
Apparently on China’s popular social networking platform Weibo, Huawei’s CEO, Richard Yu posted a photo of the moon on the network. Aside from the rather impressive photo, the biggest thing about it is the fact that it bore a watermark that clearly infered that it was taken with a Huawei P30 Pro Leica Quad Camera.
If this happens to be true (and it will be most likely), it will mean that Huawei has decided to go all out again on the camera department with the P30 Pro.
Last year, the P20 Pro shone over the regular P20 thanks to its 40 MP camera that had a bigger sensor than most phones on the market and a telephoto camera that had 3x zoom.
It seems like this year, the P30 Pro will take the attention crown again over the regular P30. Expect probably the same excellent 40MP camera as last year’s iteration, a wide angle camera, a telephoto camera and a monochrome sensor. The photo above also points to an improved telephoto taking ability and it seems like it has an 18 times zoom (probably mostly digital), which if true could be amazing.
Other features you can expect from the P30 Pro include the Kirin 980 processor, more RAM than the one featured on P30, bigger battery and probably the same face scanning tech we saw on the Mate 20. March 26th seems like an interesting day to see what Huawei has lined up for us with their new slew of smartphones.