Huawei has started showing up in the rumor mill for its next flagship in its high-end P series – the Huawei P30. The word is that the Huawei flagship is expected to arrive next month.
According to a press release by Huawei Poland (which talked about the increase in its staff), the company will launch its next-gen P30 series at the end of March this year in Paris.
Huawei’s absence at the MWC 2019 tradeshow doesn’t come as a surprise as its predecessor P20 series was also launched around the same time last year in Paris.
However, the exact details about the launch remain unknown at the time of writing.
While we don’t know much about the forthcoming P30 smartphone, previous leaks and rumors suggest that the Huawei is expected to launch the P30 and the P30 Pro, much like the P20 series.
Both smartphones are likely to be based on an OLED display panel with support for an in-display fingerprint scanner. While the Huawei P30 could sport a 6.1-inch screen size, the P30 Pro might have a bigger 6.5-inch display, with water drop notches.
Optics-wise, the Huawei P30 Pro is speculated to sport four rear cameras with a Sony IMX607 sensor, while the P30 could have a triple-camera module at the back.
Additionally, the P30 and the P30 Pro are expected to be powered by Kirin 980 processors and come with 8GB of RAM and 12GB of RAM, respectively.
Having said that, we currently lack concrete details, therefore, the above-mentioned information cannot be taken as a fact.
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