Huawei wasted no time at the MWC 2019 to showcase the different and various new innovations that the Chinese brand has been working on over the past couple of months or so. The manufacturer showcased the new Huawei Mate X foldable phone at the event, however, the Chinese company isn’t done just yet, as it gears up to bring even more surprises in Paris with the launch of the Huawei P30 Pro on the 26th of March. There has been no shortage of leaks with regards to the phone, and today, an official teaser has also surfaced online from the company’s side, which goes on to give just a little more detail about the upcoming phone.
The new teaser goes on to confirm the previous reports which went along the lines of stating that the device will carry folded optics modules. Moreover, the upcoming flagship will also be purely designed for photography, carrying improved camera modules on not only the back of the phone, but also the front. The new teaser has also given a hint that the upcoming phone might come with a glass back design. Other than this however, nothing along the lines of exceptional has been observed with the information pouring in over the past couple of days.
If the old leaks and reports are to be regarded, the Huawei P30 just might feature with a quad rear camera module. Arranged in a vertical position, the fourth camera is likely to be a ToF sensor, which can be seen to be present just below the LED flash – shown courtesy of a recent leak.
There is little denying the fact that the Huawei P30 Pro is set to feature with some quite significant improvements in the camera section, and while we have information on the camera, there isn’t actually any additional information about the other hardware changes regarding the device.
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There are still a few weeks to go before we finally have the unveiling in Paris, which like is said before, is set to take place on the 26th of March. Hence, we can expect even more teasers to surface online, giving us even more info on what the device is set to bring along with it.