Huawei Mobile today released a new video teasing its upcoming P30 series smartphones. The Chinese manufacturer will be unveiling the P30 series at an event in Paris on March 26.
While the teaser does not actually confirm any key feature of the upcoming P30 series, there are hints to improved cameras and more impressive audio quality. As several leaks have suggested, all the three P30 series smartphone will come with significantly improved cameras compared to their predecessors.
The standard P30 and P30 Lite smartphones will be equipped with triple rear cameras, while the top-of-the-line P30 Pro will have a total of four cameras on the back. Even though Huawei hasn’t confirmed it officially yet, the P30 Pro is tipped to offer 10x hybrid zoom, an impressive upgrade over the 5x hybrid zoom offered by the Mate 20 Pro. The P20 Pro also offered 5x hybrid zoom with 3x optical zoom. Apart from the enhanced zoom capability, the P30 Pro and the other two P30 series smartphones are likely to deliver superior low-light performance as well.
The flagship P30 and P30 Pro will no doubt be powered by HiSilicon’s 7nm Kirin 980 chipset, the same chip that powers the Mate 20 Pro. Even though the Kirin 980 may not be the most powerful chipset around anymore, it is still no slouch, even compared to the newer Snapdragon 855 SoC from Qualcomm or the 8nm Exynos 9820 from Samsung.
According to reliable leakster and journalist Roland Quandt, the P30 will be offered in a single variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory. The P30 Pro is tipped to arrive in three variants: 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB, and 8GB + 512GB. While some rumors have suggested Huawei may launch a 5G version of the P30 Pro with 12GB of RAM, no concrete evidence confirming its existence has surfaced online yet.v