Huawei P30 renders surface online – No surprises

huawei p30 specs leaks
Source: Onleaks
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So, with the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro behind us, we are looking at another flagship from Huawei from the P-series. The Huawei P20 Pro is still the highest rated smartphone by DxOMark (at the time this article was written). But besides the camera, the phone in itself, was a great phone overall, although a bit on the expensive side. Nevertheless, it was a pretty well-received phone by the people.

And now, it is near about time for a new P-series flagship to hit the markets. So, if you hear more P30 rumors and such, don’t be surprised. There is also now a CAD-based render and a 360-degree video showing all sides of the phone. And to say the least, the phone does not look surprising at all.

huawei p30 design
Source: Onleaks

The Huawei P30 has the same glass body in dual-tone gradient colors, which Huawei seems to be very fond of. It’s a glass back has a similar texture to that of the Mate 20 Pro as well. Of course, you get the triple-camera setup at the back on a slight camera bump with the LED flash below it. There is no fingerprint sensor at the back, which can only mean we’ll get an in-display fingerprint sensor.

On the front, the screen measures around 6″, and features a water-drop notch on top housing the front camera. This is not surprising at all, as we’ve seen such many phones throughout 2018. And by the looks of it, we’ll see phones with similar designs throughout the year.

huawei p30 camera
Source: Onleaks

The only surprise, here, is that the phone still seems to retain the 3.5 mm headphone jack! And since the Mate 20 Pro did away with it, the P30 Pro still having is a good thing, albeit a surprise.

In terms of specs, we might be expecting a 38 MP main lens as a part of the triple camera setup and a 24 MP selfie camera. The cameras should be one of the best, knowing the cameras on Huawei flagships. Underneath, we’ll surely find the Kirin 980 chipset. And in terms of software, the phone is sure to have Android 9.0 Pie with EMUI 9.0 on top.

So, the Huawei P30 might be a new flagship, but I, for one, have no excitement in it. There seems to be nothing different, at least on the outside. Let’s see what the phone will bring.

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