The Huawei P20 Pro was our favourite phone for the better part of 2018, only to be replaced by the company’s own brilliant Mate 20 Pro. Given that, we can’t help but be thrilled to find out what’s in store for the P30 Pro.
Right now, the leaks are relatively thin. They suggest four back cameras – up from three – in an effort to continue Huawei’s camera dominance, as well as a small teardrop notch and a very small chin at the bottom. Huawei’s powerful Kirin 980 chip should be onboard, and we hope to see a Quad HD OLED panel like in the Mate 20 Pro.
Rumours point to a very similar-looking standard Huawei P30 (speculative render seen up top via OnLeaks and 91Mobiles), albeit with three cameras on the back. It’s still early for solid leaks, but a late spring debut (like that of the P20 Pro) makes sense.
The Wall Street Journal also believes that Huawei will debut a foldable smartphone, countering Samsung’s own (keep reading), at Mobile World Congress in late February. We could also see the P30 phones then, or perhaps soon thereafter.