It’s only been a few days since the Huawei P30 series got unveiled, and while it is tipped to go on sale pretty, a new report would suggest it is due for official launch in India. Although there isn’t any hint that points to be exact launch, the company has a page on Amazon teasing the device in preparation for the local market launch.
The Huawei P30 like ever before consists of the Huawei P30, the Huawei P30 Pro, and the P30 Lite, so it is most probable the Huawei P30 Vanilla variant might come to India alongside the Pro variant. The P30 Lite, on the other hand, could come to the country on a coded mode, given that it is usually only a ceremonial member of the P series. Users can already register on Amazon India to get notified when the device becomes available, though details like pricing, color options, pre-order and exact launch dates are yet to be known.
The Huawei P30 Pro, just like the P20 from last year, is the most premium member of the P30 series featuring some advanced tech that the Chinese phone maker thinks will place it ahead of Samsungs best smartphones ever – the Galaxy S10 series. The device features a vibrant 6.47-inch display with a small centered notch for the front-facing camera, and an in-screen fingerprint scanner (optical) beneath it.
The P30 Pro’s real shocker isn’t the display, but rather its Quad camera setup. You get a 40-megapixel SuperSpectrum sensor with a low f/1.6 aperture, optical image stabilization (OIS), an 8MP camera telephoto lens with OIS, 5X optical Periscope zoom, an ultra wide-angle 20MP camera, as well as a ToF camera sensor that should help the phone figure out exactly where everything is, meaning no more fuzzy clouds of hair near the subject, blurred out backgrounds and foregrounds, and a more accurate bokeh effect.
Specific details about the India launch should available in the following days.