Chinese smartphone maker Huawei may soon launch its P30 Pro smartphone as a part of its P30 series. As the name suggests, the series is the successor to Huawei P20 series that the Chinese brand launched last year. Although the company hasn’t confirmed that it is working on the smartphone series yet, a concept render video of the Huawei P30 Pro smartphone has been published on YouTube. The video has been posted on YouTube by Waqar Khan and is nearly three minutes long. Needless to say, it reveals certain key specifications about the smartphone.
We’ll start with what’s evidently visible. The video shows that Huawei P30 Pro smartphone comes with thin bezels and a waterdrop shaped notch. The device is shown to have curved edges, much like the ones we saw on Huawei P20 Pro. Reports have suggested that the back panel of the device will have a quad camera setup, and this can clearly be seen in the render video of Huawei P30 Pro smartphone. The video shared on YouTube also shows that the upcoming smartphone will be available in a mix of gradient and solid colours.
We should mention that the video is not an official one. As we mentioned earlier, it is a concept render video of Huawei P30 Pro based on all the leaks and rumours of the device that have surfaced online in the last few weeks.
The smartphone projected in the video has narrow bezels and a thin chin, so we can expect to see Huawei’s next offering with a high screen-to-body ratio. The waterdrop-style notch on the top of the display houses the selfie camera of the device.
The back panel of Huawei P30 Pro will reportedly sport four primary cameras. This can be seen in the video, but it is worth noticing that three cameras are stacked together vertically while the fourth one is a separate sensor placed right below them. The rear panel also has the LED flash module coupled with the cameras.
The render video also shows the presence of an in-display fingerprint scanner and the power and volume rocker buttons can be seen on the right edge. Huawei’s branding is also visible on the back panel of the smartphone.
It has been reported earlier that the smartphone will come with a 38MP Sony IMX607 primary sensor that will be powered by Exmor RS image processor. The smartphone is also expected to come with a curved OLED panel.
Image and video courtesy: Waqar Khan