Capitalizing on the huge success of P20 Pro, the Chinese giant is building much hype around their upcoming flagship Huawei P30 Pro. The phone is set to launch on March 26 in an event in Paris and now the company’s CEO Richard Yu has shared a camera sample of the phone which not just looks amazing but also confirms the quad camera setup on the phone.
The picture of the moon was posted on his Weibo page celebrating the Chinese Lantern Festival. The picture also contains the watermark of the phone in the bottom left corner. It seems that Mr. Yu did not want to conceal the information in the watermark which is why the corner was carelessly blurred out and resultantly you can see almost every part of the information written in the watermark.
Judging by the short characters in the watermark, it can clearly be decided that the blurred words are “P30” and “Quad”. So it confirms that the Huawei P30 Pro will really come with a quad camera setup. Just like Huawei revolutionized the world of mobile photography with P20 Pro, we hope that it will do the same with the upcoming flagship.
It is also reported that the Huawei P30 Pro will come with Sony’s IMX607’s 38MP camera sensor, making it one of the first few. In the quad camera setup, it is speculated that the phone will pack a periscope lens which will help in higher lossless zoom. Other sensors might include the main lens, a wide angle lens, and a ToF sensor.
Since it is a flagship device, Huawei P30 Pro as well as its sibling P30, both are expected to be fueled with the latest Kirin 980 chipset, one that we have earlier seen doing wonders in Mate 20 series.