Huawei just showed off their foldable Mate X phone, and now they’re getting ready to reveal the P30 series. But they just leaked the phone right before the event!
While most of the leaks are brought to the public by prolific leakers, this time Huawei accidentally revealed their P30 Pro before the event. Evan Blass noticed the page and, even though his link sends us to a dead page as it was pulled down after the mistake, we have the link on Archive.org with all the details on the P30 Pro.
Huawei’s big reveal is during the Paris Event, on 26 March, at 6 a.m. PT.
But, even though we know almost everything about this smartphone, we do want to check out the event, so stay close for more updates on the P30 Pro. Let’s see what else we know about the device.
Huawei P30 Pro Cameras and Features, The Launch Event
Looking on the leaked website, we see some lists with the features of the phone – the four camera array, with one 40-megapixel camera, a 10x hybrid zoom, and features like low-light video recording and even dual-view video.
Starting with next week, the events will begin to make all mobile fans excited, considering many other companies will start showing or launching their new gadgets. We are waiting for Apple to reveal the streaming service right before Huawei’s event. In April, Samsung will also release the Galaxy S10 series of the phones that were revealed at Samsung Unpacked.
As mentioned on the page archive.org page, we can also see that Huawei is planning a launch event on 6 April, at Vivocity central court (10 am- 10 pm), where they will offer a free Huawei Watch GT Active Edition and JBL Clip 2 Bluetooth Speaker (both worth $467) for every purchase of the P30 or P30 Pro (at the event).
And talking about leaked smartphones, did you see Huawei’s budget phone Enjoy 9e? Check out our article here for more info.
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