Leaked renders show Huawei P30 and P30 Pro Waterdrop notch, and a four-camera setup for Pro variant


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We’re almost saying goodbye to 2018, and once the curtains get closed, the cycle will start again. So expect a whole new wave of smartphones, new trends popping out in the coming days. Today, a new fresh leak came from Olixar, a fairly reputable manufacturer of mobile device accessories, shared with Mobile Fun, a retailer of such items, revealing that the upcoming Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will keep what went right, opting for some minor improvements in overall design, and yes, that includes a waterdrop notch.

If you’re fighting this entire year against the notch army, we have some bad news, since this trend seems to be here to stay, at least for the time being. Unlike the likes of Galaxy A8s, Galaxy S10, the Chinese firm will not be bringing any groundbreaking new design such as an in-display camera to its successful line of flagships. Seems that not even the Huawei Nova 4 project was enough to change the company’s mind about the P30 duo.

Instead of drilling holes, the company will opt for a teardrop notch, that seems to be more acceptable than the original large-sized notch debuted by Apple in 2017. While overall specifications still remain a mystery, seems that the company will be introducing a four-camera setup on the Huawei P30 Pro variant. We just hope that this new arrangement performs better than Samsung’s Galaxy A9 Quad Camera setup. Worth noting that the P30 Pro is expected to come with a bigger LED flash, while the P30 will retain a standard one.

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As previously mentioned, the sources haven’t any information regarding the internal hardware or camera specifications to share. But considering that case makers already have material to build their accessories, we shouldn’t consider that the P30 and P30 Pro launch is too far away from us. So stay tuned for more leaks.

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