A couple of days ago, U.S.-based technology website Digital Trends stumbled upon what was supposedly the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro at MWC 2019 in Barcelona.
The live pictures, seen below, are inconsistent with what we know about the smartphone thus far.
Huawei P30 Pro or not?
Is that really the Huawei P30 Pro? Two of the more reputable leaksters — graphic designer Ben Geskin and German tech journalist Roland Quandt — refute the report. In fact, they have separately shared renders of how the Pro version of the yet-to-be-launched flagship phone looks. And what they each have is similar.
Could they be right? For one, one of the cameras on the back of the device is also squarish, similar to the one on the OPPO unit with “10x lossless zoom” technology, which OPPO let us use at its innovation event in Spain.
Remember that there are reports saying the P30 Pro has a 10x optical-zoom mechanism, too, hence the image of a magnified Eiffel Tower in Huawei’s event invite and the hashtag #RewriteTheRules.
Quandt went further, releasing what he claims are renders of the regular P30.
Alleged Huawei P30
So what’s the model of the prototype that Huawei staff showed to Digital Trends at MWC then? Will we see it at the March 26 Huawei P30 series launch in Paris, France? We can’t wait to get our answers.
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