Huawei P30 Pro spotted in the wild: flagship has triple camera

Huawei P30 Pro photosThe Huawei P30 Pro will not be announced until March 26, but we already know what the smartphone looks like. The flagship was in fact seen at the Mobile World Congress, but you had to look for it properly.

Huawei P30 Pro photos surfaced

Between all phone announcements, demonstrations and presentations at the world’s largest smartphone fair, Digital Trends journalists stumbled into a remote room that was hired by Huawei. The reporters expected to see some demo smartphones but came across something completely different.

Here, according to them, there was an early version of the Huawei P30 Pro. Admittedly, the device was not functional – the screen did not turn on, for example – but it did have the design. A Huawei employee indicated that the design was largely fixed.

Huawei P30 Pro

At first sight, the device has not changed much compared to its predecessor, the P20 Pro. This means that the device gets a triple, vertically placed camera. However, all three sensors now form a whole, in contrast to its predecessor. With the P20 Pro, the camera hill consisted of two sensors, with the third lens underneath.

Screen still unknown

Under the sensors, the words “vogue” and “link” can be seen, but in the final version, this will probably be replaced by “Huawei” and “Leica”, the fixed camera manufacturer. Unfortunately, Digital Trends was not allowed to take a picture of the display, because Huawei still wants to keep it secret. We can not make any statements about the possible presence of a notch and fingerprint scanner below the screen.

The housing is again made of glass and on the right is the power button. In terms of format, it is equal to its predecessor. Charging is via USB-c and unfortunately, there is no headphone connection available. The journalists themselves indicate that this is the Huawei P30 Pro, but that remains to be seen. Roland Quandt, a well-known technology journalist, says that it is a demo model of another device, possibly the ‘normal’ Huawei P30.

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