New rumors has appeared on the internet about the Huawei P30 Pro smartphone, which is expected to come on April next year as a successor to the P20 Pro.
Starting from the display of the P30 Pro, it seems that the Chinese giant has decided to opt for an AMOLED screen with curved edges and a notch at the top. We saw the first display of this type on the Mate RS Porche Design, but it has spread with Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
The next top of the range of Huawei should then mount a display similar to that of Mate 20 Pro, produced by LG or BOE without a hole for the camera in the display. At the moment, in fact, the only producer of OLED panels able to make holes in the display is Samsung, unless Huawei decides to opt for an LCD display at least for the basic model of P30.
Now, if next year’s P30 series is anything like the P20 or Mate 20 lineups, the regular Huawei P30 could arrive with an LCD panel. This means that, while the premium P30 Pro may make use of a notch, the regular P30 could easily opt for a futuristic display hole. A design feature that would allow it to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.