February will be full of ads starting with the Samsung Unpacked event tomorrow, followed by much more during the Mobile World Congress next week. Huawei, however, chose to stay away from the crowd and decided to wait another month to officially present his flagship P30, which he said would rewrite the rules.
The Chinese mark did not give any details about the P30, except for its announcement to be presented in Paris on March 26. In the teaser, some of the French city monuments are increasing, which may mean the phone will have a powerful optical zoom.
The rules are made for rewriting. Paris, 26.03.2019 #RewriteTheRules # HUAWEIP30 pic.twitter.com/hFzZI3pVYr
– Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) 19 February, 2019
, water cut, jack for headphones and three rear cameras. The rumors mentioned that the resolution can reach up to 40 megapixels and can increase up to 5 times without loss. The front camera is also said to be particularly sharp, as the quality can reach up to 24 MP. Although we do not have any more details yet, we expect the handset to have Huawei's internal Kirin 980 SoC and potentially the new Balong 5000 5G modem.
The P30 promises to be a serious rival against the upcoming Galaxy S10 and G8, and we look forward to announcing it to see if it will be more intriguing than these two.