The front of the device has curved side edges with an nearly bezel-less display, having a waterdrop notch design and a small chin at the bottom, while the volume rocker and the power button are on the right side frame of the device. But observe closer and you'll spot the blemished Huawei watermark that says "Huawei". Based on everything we've seen so far (and more importantly what we haven't), I think it's pretty clear at this point that Huawei, like Samsung, plans to release a separate 5G model of its flagship that features an additional rear-facing camera.
What really stands out in the leaked renders are the phones' colour options.
To show off the capabilities of Huawei P30 Pro's 10x optical zoom, Huawei Product Manager Bruce Lee shared four images, each of which shows the different levels of camera functions, such as regular mode, ultra-wide-angle shot, 5x zoom and finally 10x zoom. It also tells us that it will have a focal length of 16 - 125mm which is equivalent to 7.8x zoom. That is something that should improve the portraits captured by P30 Pro's cameras. Moreover, the lenses feature apertures between f/1.6 and f/3.4.
More than that, both phones are expected to come with time of flight (ToF) camera tech that will allow the phones to feature facial recognition software. Unfortunately, the images WinFuture shared of the renders are too small to make out the text, so I can't verify what Quandt wrote.
Huawei P30 Pro Camera Sample 1
Unsurprisingly Huawei will continue this and include the same 40W charging in the P30 Pro according to documents from China's 3C certification.
Ahead of the official reveal next month, press renders of Huawei's flagship devices, P30 Pro, got leaked online today.
The front of the phones has also changed, with bezel-free sides and a teardrop for the front camera rather than a notch. This implies that the P30 Pro will be equipped with a periscope mechanism for its zoom feature.