Huawei’s upcoming P30 Pro has surfaced in leaked hands-on images. Now, that isn’t new nor surprising in today’s tech world, what is surprising is that it is contradicting some previous reports. These beautiful images you are seeing below are allegedly those of the Huawei P30 Pro obtained by Digital Trends team who claims to have had a brief time with the upcoming device in a demo room at a Huawei event during Mobile World Congress.
Digital trend notes that the device is more of a non-operational prototype than a working model, even though the work on outward look is almost finalized. As you would have noticed from these images, the Huawei P30 Pro will most certainly not come with a radical change in design retaining the P20 Pro tiple rear camera, unlike the P20 Pro, however, the leaked images suggest the P30 will have its tri-camera lenses which are about the same size integrated into a single unit rather than a single lens situated separately outside the two-lens camera bump.
Evidently, our source says the prototype Huawei P3O Pro has a “highly reflective chrome finish” that takes up smudges and easily scratch, an indication that we might actually be working with an unfinished device. And still, on the rear, the device is clearly seen having the “Vogue” and “Link” on the back rather than “Huawei” and “Leica,” Digital trend confirms that the former is the P30 Pro code name, and are expected to be replaced with the Huawei and Leica branding on the finalized device.
The hands-on images are somewhat contradicting some previously leaked case renders of the device which suggested that the Huawei P30 Pro will be getting an extra camera making a switch from triple camera setup to a Quad setup. Our source confirmed that this is, in fact, the Huawei P30 Pro getting a tri-camera arrangement, and not the standard P30, so it is very much plausible a more capable variant, perhaps the 5G variant of the P30 pro will be getting the Quad camera arrangement.
Whether or not Huawei will be retaining the front facing fingerprint sensor or make or switch to the in-display option has yet to be confirmed.