News & Reviews: Huawei P30
Feb 20, 2019
We will be entering March quite soon and with all the MWC 2019 hype, Huawei CEO, Richard Yu has posted the company's first teaser of what the Huawei P30 Pro can do with its camera and confirms that this bad boy has a quad rear camera setup!
Feb 07, 2019
Renders of the Huawei P30 Pro which includes images of the front and the rear has been leaked, courtesy of Spigen. The renders not only showcased the rear of the device which has what looks to be a quadruple camera setup for the P30 Pro, and a triple camera setup for the P30. As for the while the front of both phones, they come with a waterdrop-like notch instead of the much larger notch of the P20 and P20 Pro.
Renders of what could be the Huawei P30 leaked, equipped with triple camera + in-display fingerprintJan 05, 2019
Video render of what could be the Huawei P30 has been leaked showcasing the familiar triple camera setup as well as an in-display fingerprint sensor due to the lack of a visible sensor module on the model.
Huawei may be kicking off 2019 with the Huawei P30 which may be powered by the Kirin 985 and 40W SuperCharge powerbankDec 24, 2018
The Huawei P20 was nothing short of great and it is no surprise that many are waiting for the Huawei P30. It is tipped that this smartphone may be powered by Huawei’s brand new flagship SoC, that is seem to be called the Kirin 985 and it may be out sooner than we think, according to the editor of XDA Developers.
Dec 18, 2018
Don't get so excited yet, this is just some "insider" information leaks by Olixar. But given with its reputation, the mobile accessories manufacturer might also be in the right track as they have just released some concept renders of the protective casing for the upcoming Huawei P30 and P30 Pro.
Dec 14, 2018
Huawei is pretty much known by now to have one of the fastest SuperCharge technologies on the market. It is rumoured that the company is now working on a new type of 20W charger that uses half the amps of the SCP Gen. 2 uses. The new charging standard will be at 10V/2A which may be announced next year. The document below gives us a look at how the new charge protocols might be.