Last year Huawei impressed us when they launch the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro handsets, which was followed by the Mate 20 series. Given the leaps and bounds that the company’s smartphones have improved over the years, you’re probably not alone if you’re excited to see what Huawei has in store for us with their flagships for 2019.
The good news is that you might not have to wait much longer because in a report from Polish website Telix.pl, it seems to suggest that Huawei will be officially unveiling the Huawei P30 series at the end of March. It’s an odd time, to be honest, since MWC 2019 seems like a perfect platform, but chances are Huawei wants the focus to be on them and them only.
Not much is known about the Huawei P30 series at the moment, but it’s probably going to be powered by Huawei’s latest Kirin chipset. It will also most likely carry on the tradition of the triple camera setup on the back, unless Huawei decides to upgrade it by going for a quad camera array, and presumably it should also maintain its Leica branding.
Some of the rumors we’ve heard include how it could feature a periscope-style zoom lens and an in-display fingerprint sensor. There have been a couple of renders which reveals a much smaller notch, and also a possible return of the headphone jack. Earlier this month Huawei had also confirmed their plans for a foldable 5G smartphone that will be unveiled at MWC 2019, but it is unclear if this also means that the P30 series could support the technology as well.