Huawei has officially announced March 26 as the launch date for their upcoming flagships, that will most probably include the P30 trio named P30, P30 Lite and P30 Pro. In recent times, we have seen quite a lot of Huawei related news and leaks, which is expected. Now an alleged image of the Huawei P30 Pro has been leaked.
The image flaunts the really slim bezels of the phone in all 4 sides, the bottom one being slightly bigger. It will have a large 6.47-inch display, which is even bigger than its predecessor P20 Pro, that had a 6.39-inch display. Also, the phone will have an in display fingerprint sensor which is common for Android flagships now. Unlike the Samsung S series, it might have an optical fingerprint sensor, which is less secure as compared to the ultrasonic fingerprint sensors.
Talking about other specifications, Huawei has been teasing their 5X lossless zoom tech, which will also be presented in the phone. They were also kind of misleading people in past by adding zoomed images captured from a DSLR in their teasers. Though Huawei didn't mention that those images were captured from the Huawei P30 Pro, but still it was enough to make many people believe the same.
On the back, it will have quad cameras, one of them being a Tof sensor. The main sensor will be of 40 MP, with an f/1.7 aperture with Optical Image Stabilization. The second sensor will be of 20 MP, without OIS and f/2.2 aperture for capturing wide-angle shots. The third sensor will be of 8 MP with an f/3.4 aperture and the fourth one will be the ToF sensor.
From the inside, it will be powered by the powerful Kirin 980 Soc. It is built on 7nm architecture, with 2 A75 cores offering a clock speed of 2.6 GHz, another 2 A75 cores offering a clock speed of 1.92 GHz, and 4 A55 cores offering clock speed of 1.8 GHz. The CPU will also come with dual NPU for AI calculations and Mali G76 GPU.