MWC 2019 is getting closer and in accordance with its established practice, Huawei will announce the P30 series at the exhibition and hold a new product launch conference for it in March and April. Given that the P20 Pro has always dominated the DXOMark mobile phone photo ranking, the new P-series’ photo capabilities are naturally full of expectations. A few days ago, a set of Huawei P30 series HD renderings appeared online. Although the back of the phone is covered by a protective cover, we can still see some key details.
From the figure, the P30 series still offers two models, P30 and P30 Pro. Among them, P30 uses a rear vertically aligned Leica triple camera. It also comes with a water drop screen design. Not surprisingly, the Huawei P30 series uses the Kirin 980 processor.
From previous reports, the Huawei P30 will be equipped with a rear three-shot camera which will have up to a 40MP sensor and it supports 5x lossless zoom. For the P30 Pro, it comes with quadruple rear cameras, including 3 traditional lenses for taking pictures, and the other is a 3D ToF sensor can realize functions such as 3D face recognition and 3D modeling. In addition, the P30 Pro will launch Sony’s new 38MP IMX607 sensor, which supports 10x optical zoom capability.