Manufacturers are scrambling to schedule events to present their new smartphones, and Huawei is no exception. The company confirmed that the P30 and P30 Pro will be presented at the end of March in Paris. New reports give us a glimpse of what lies ahead.
Until now, the launch date had widely been reported as March 28. Huawei itself tweeted today that it will actually unveil its new smartphones a couple of days earlier than we anticipated. The tweet, posted by Huawei Mobile, claims that "rules were made to be rewritten" along with the hashtag #HUAWEIP30. What rules are going to be broken, in specific terms, we'll have to wait and see.
Rules were made to be rewritten. Paris, 26.03.2019. #RewriteTheRules #HUAWEIP30— Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) 19 February 2018
This year, as usual, we will see many new smartphones at the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona's famous mobile fair. However, according to a press release from Huawei Poland, the Chinese giant will not present the new models of its P range there.
Thanks to the latest releases from Spigen, we can see what these two devices will look like.What is most striking is that the P30 Pro has an extra lens compared to the P20 Pro (which was the first with a triple camera). It has four cameras placed vertically and, as we have seen on the Mate 20, the notch will be more discreet with its dewdrop shape.
The absence of a fingerprint reader suggests that it may be under the screen. A facial recognition system with artificial intelligence will also be on board, and we can expect it to arrive with the latest processor, the Kirin 980.
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