Photos of the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro has made it online. The flagship is set to launch on March 26, 2019 in Paris, France.
Folks at Digital Trends received a bit of luck while attending the MWC. They managed to spend some time with the Huawei P30 Pro, or rather, a dummy unit. They were not allowed to photograph the phone’s front, so what we have here are photos of the phone’s back. Also, they were reassured the design is almost final, meaning this could very well be what it would look like on launch day.
Take note of Huawei’s codenames for it — Vogue is the P30 Pro, while Link is used to denote Leica.
Anyway, let’s jump right into it.
There’s nothing much to talk about here, considering the limitations. But in terms of design, the P30 Pro looks identical to its predecessor, the P20 Pro. The shape of the body is almost the same.
The camera at the back retains the same vertical layout, but the lenses are housed on a single module. On the P20 Pro, the third lens is separated from the other two. It’s still protruding though, but not as high.
As for the specs, well Huawei representatives did not give any information, according to the source. I guess we just have to wait for the launch on March 26 to find out.
Source: Digital Trends