Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will be Unveiled in Paris Next Month


A few weeks ago, Huawei confirmed that they will also be joining this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil its newest offerings hinting at a foldable and 5G device, not a P30 phone though. But today, as per latest media invites that the company just sent out, they will be holding a separate event for the P30 series announcement.

According to the invite and a quick teaser announcement on their Twitter account, the much anticipated Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will be officially launched in Paris, France this 26th of March 2019.


As you can see in the tweet above, nothing much has really been revealed by Huawei except for the next flagship's official name and about "rewriting the rules" that is most likely referring to the P30 series' camera capabilities.

And speaking of camera, the 10-secon video clip the tweet accompanied also gives us a clue about what to expect from the P30's cameras. Zoom. 10x lossless zoom feature or 5x maybe? It could be. The rumors surrounding this phone also point to that feature in addition to the triple (for the P30) and quad (for P30 Plus) rear camera implementations with the primary lens that maxes out at 40MP and a 24MP selfie camera. As for the phones' designs, there are tons of press render leaks that have been flooding the internet in the last few weeks.

But of course, all of these are just rumors and unconfirmed reports. Though some of them may actually accurate but it is advised to take every single one of them with a grain of salt until Huawei officially makes the announcement. 

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