Huawei revolutionized the industry when they announced the P20 Pro — the first device to have a triple-camera setup on the back. And to further push the envelope, it the Chinese tech giant is rumored to now put four cameras on the upcoming P30 Pro.

This information came from MobileFun, where the supposed Olixar-branded cases for the Huawei P30 Pro are already up for pre-order.


As per the renders, the P30 Pro will have a four-camera setup one the back, which are in a vertical orientation just like the Samsung Galaxy A9 2018.

Personally, I would have preferred the camera placement that they did with the Mate 20 Pro. The triple cameras were placed in a 2×2 orientation, with the LED flash posing like the fourth sensor. But I guess Huawei really wants to separate the P-series to the Mate-series.


If we’re to speculate, the first camera on the Huawei P30 Pro might come with a pixel-packed sensor that shoots in color. The second one might have an optical zoom capability; the third shoots in monochrome; while the last one may have the ultra wide-angle lens like what the Mate 20 Pro has.

Moreover, the device pictured has a waterdrop notch on the front — which is identical to the standard Mate 20. However, the accuracy of this is slightly questionable as case manufacturers don’t really have to know how the device’s screen looks like, so they may have been prohibited by this information.


On the other hand, the standard Huawei P30 have also been spotted on the same website. And unlike its predecessor, it looks like the non-Pro version will now have a triple rear camera setup.

What’s more interesting is, the leaked case design doesn’t have a cutout for the fingerprint scanner. Which means that there’s a high possibility that it will sport an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Huawei P30 series is expected to be unveiled in the first quarter of 2019. With still a couple of months away, we shall expect to get more detailed leaks about this device in the coming weeks.

Source: MobileFun

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