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Huawei P30 Pro Revealed in CAD Renders & 360° Video!

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Huawei unveiled its flagship device, the Mate 20 Pro in India last month. With the device being just months old, the Chinese giant is gearing up to release their next flagship device in the market. The new device is indeed from the P series, the P30 which is the newest iteration of the lineup.

Today, popular leakster Onleaks have come up with renders of the handset. Moreover, a 360-degree video has been made with the help of these renders. These leaked renders have revealed almost everything regarding the design aspects of the upcoming handset. Take a look at the 360-degree video below.

The device has a huge 6-inch OLED screen with a waterdrop notch on top. It measures 149.1 x 71.4 x 7.5mm. The manufacturer has stuck to the gradient design which was introduced by them in the P20 series. Under the hood, it will be powered by Huawei’s latest Kirin 980 chipset. It will be available in 6 and 8 GB RAM variants, 128 and 256 GB internal storage respectively. 

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The key attraction of the handset is indeed its triple rear camera setup. The handset has a vertically stacked 40 MP + 20 MP + 5 MP combination of rear cameras. There is a dual-tone LED flash right below the cameras. The front will feature a 24 MP sensor as expected from previous leaks

The renders do not show a physical fingerprint sensor which hints at the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor on the handset. The power button on the P30 is coloured which improves the overall aesthetics. The primary port on the handset is a USB Type C. Surprisingly, the device retains the headphone jack. In terms of software, the device is expected to run Android Pie out of the box with EMUI 9.0 on top.

There is no information regarding the pricing and availability. We expect it to happen at MWC 2019. Till then, stay tuned for updates.

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