Huawei P30 Pro is one of the most anticipated Android flagships of the year.
That is because its predecessor, the P20 Pro, took the market by storm with a swathe of innovative flagship features.
Huawei P20 Pro also debuted in the French capital at the same time of year and arrived with a triple-camera system, a huge 4,000mAh battery and a gorgeous design.
Huawei P30 Pro has been heavily rumoured to arrive with a substantial camera upgrade.
Alleged renders of the hardware that have appeared online ahead of its scheduled reveal have shown it with four cameras on its rear.
While the exact function of each lens is unknown, it is possible the phone could come with a wide-angle system similar to what is currently offered on the Mate 20 Pro.
Moreover, Huawei’s recent tease for the flagship has hinted it could also offer improved zoom capabilities.
The Chinese tech giant took to Twitter to announce its forthcoming hardware event and used the caption “rules were made to be rewritten” in the post.
Moreover, a video was embedded in the tweet and showed a trio of French landmarks.
The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame cathedral were all shown in wider fields of view before the video zoomed in close to show the details of the architecture.
This suggests the P30 Pro could allow users to get closer to subjects from further away while still retaining image quality.
In addition to touting a new camera system, it has also been rumoured the P30 Pro will arrive with an all-screen design.
That means the handset could arrive without a traditional fingerprint sensor that was present on its predecessor.
Moreover, renders of the device that emerged courtesy of case manufacturer Olixar suggested the P30 Pro will come with a teardrop-shaped notch.
The new tweet from Huawei appears to put to bed any claims the OEM could be planning to show off the P30 Pro at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next week.
The P30 series of devices is expected to follow in the footsteps of the firm’s Mate 20 and P20 series by coming in multiple models.
Both the Mate 20 and P20 series have more affordable variants other than the Pro models that make the product line more accessible.
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