The P20 Pro impressed when it launched earlier this year thanks to its triple camera sensor, followed by the exceptional Mate 20 Pro. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is expected to exceed the camera performance boundaries and one concept creator has shared a render of what the 2019 flagship might look like. It certainly raises the bar in both design and camera capability.
Huawei Earlier Spoke About Bringing 10x Optical Zoom to Smartphones - the P30 Pro Might Be the First Device to Boast It
Ben Geskin has shared a render on his Twitter account, revealing what the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro might look like. There is a teardrop notch, which increases the total screen-to-body ratio. However, the chin bezel looks prominent and it begs the question why Apple’s competitors haven’t invested resources in the engineering department to fold the OLED panel to eliminate the chin bezel entirely. This process is costly but then again, the P30 Pro is not going to be a cheap handset by any margin.
The highlight of the flagship will be its quadruple camera sensor. Samsung debuted the first ever smartphone to feature four cameras at the back, the Galaxy A9 (2018) and other manufacturers will follow in the same footsteps. However, the P30 Pro is expected to command more features, not to mention execute better low-light photography.
— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) December 13, 2018
Huawei spoke about bringing quadruple camera solutions to its devices coupled with 10x optical zoom and if we’re lucky, the P30 Pro will have these additions. As for the chipset, the P30 Pro is expected to feature the Kirin 980, Huawei’s first 7nm FinFET silicon. The Chinese giant has also been rumored to work on its Kirin 990, but that will most likely be reserved for the Mate 30 series.
Just like P20 Pro, we’re not expecting the P30 Pro to sport a headphone jack, but we do expect a high quality OLED screen. For now, this is all the information we have on Huawei’s upcoming flagship and we’ll tell you more in due time. What do you think of the render? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.
News Source: Twitter (Ben Geskin)