More Huawei P30 leaks revealed ahead of launch

Judy Cobb
March 26, 2019

Tomorrow, March 26th, Huawei will hold a press conference in Paris, France, in which they'll officially launch the new generation of flagships, including the Huawei P30, P30 Pro e P30 Lite (basically an global version of nova 4e).

Other specs of the Huawei P30 Pro are already known at this point. Users who can't make it to the launch event can watch its live stream from Huawei's official YouTube Channel.

It also mentions that the P30 cameras' have a night-time shooting prowess as well as a new feature called Huawei Dual-View Video. While the live-stream link is live on YouTube for the P30-series launch, fans from around the globe can tune in when the event commences. After all, today is when the P30 series will officially be unveiled, and the Chinese giant will most likely want the iPhone maker to take note of what kind of products will be unveiled that could potentially take away the market share away from Apple.

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If the P20 was any indication, Huawei should be launching the P30, and the P30 Pro at its event today.

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro have been generously leaked in the last few weeks, giving fans an early peek into what to expect from the latest flagships. The Huawei P30, on the other hand, is claimed to pack a smaller, non-curved display with a waterdrop notch and thin bezels. Be sure to join us so you don't miss anything! However unlike the P30 Pro, the P30 will have not have an additional Time of Flight (TOF) sensor.

There's obviously going to be the flagship Kirin 980 processor in the phones, and leaks have suggested 6GB and 8GB variants of the smartphone as well. Another key difference between the phones is the battery size. The star of the show will most definitely be the P30 Pro, which is said to be equipped with four cameras at the back.

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