Huawei P30 series smartphones to come with support for 3D modeling

Yolanda Curtis
March 22, 2019

Huawei will unveil the P30 Pro next week - a flagship that will compete with the Galaxy S10 and iPhone XS, featuring a multi-lens camera with a periscope lens that can't be found on any iPhone or Galaxy.

The Huawei P30 is expected to offer a 5X hybrid zoom and will carry a tri-camera setup on the back. Of course, they don't reveal anything new - just give us a strong hint that Huawei can't control the leaks from popping out before the release of the two handsets, that is scheduled for next week, March 26. While the sensors on the phone will be similar to what you'll find on the P30 Pro, the lower priced model will not be equipped with the Time-of-Flight camera. However, they do not reveal anything new - they just prevent that Huawei can not contain its vast amount of employees and partners across the world from leaking the phone several days prior to the official launch.

At least, that's what Amazon Italy seems to think, as a listing for the Huawei P30 Pro seemingly briefly appeared on that site, with that date attached.

The Amazon listing also stated the phone will come with four cameras on its rear.

If you go for the P30 Pro, you also get a free wireless charger. I am fairly certain that the Huawei P30 Pro would be using an optical fingerprint sensor, instead of the Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor modules that were manufactured by Qualcomm.

The images also point to a difference in the camera design between both devices, with the P30 Pro featuring a fourth camera lens while the P30 retains a triple-camera system. Again, those are the same as the Mate 20 Pro, so no surprises there.

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