The fourth camera is likely to be a ToF sensor, which will be placed just below the LED flash module. The latest in the series is the V40 ThinQ and it offers a unique proposition: notch type full screen plus IP68 rating plus MIL-STD-810G compliant for ruggedness (can work in extreme environment conditions, survive drops etc.).
While on the subject of cameras, the new Huawei Nova 4e also has a triple camera setup here. The base variant offering 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage costs CNY 1,999 (approximately Rs 20,700). Let's check out Huawei Nova 4e price in China and specifications. It now comes with a 6.15-inch screen with 2312×1080 pixels in resolution. These renders are limited to the black color variant of the P30 and P30 Pro. It also carries support for AI face unlock. The device would arrive with a Quad rear camera setup comprising of a primary 40-megapixel rear camera - the same as last year's P20 Pro with f/1.6 aperture which should ensure more inlet of light.
There is a huge 4,200mAh battery with the Huawei SuperCharge.
Looking at the back of the phone, Huawei is boasting the new mesmerizing Midnight Black, Pearl White and Peacock Blue colors. The phone doesn't support NFC and neither does it have a MicroSD card slot for storage expansion. The other differences between the camera on these models are that the P30 Pro has a time-of-flight sensor paired with its rear camera setup to give it 3D depth-sensing capabilities, while the P30 does not. Up front, the Huawei P30 Pro is said to have a 32 MP camera that will likely be embedded in a waterdrop notch. A 3,650mAh battery will be included in the smaller P30 smartphone, while the P30 Pro will ship with a 4,200mAh unit.
The zoom camera on the P30 won't be as impressive, capable only of punching in for a 5x optical/digital hybrid zoom, according to the report.
We have seen three phones from LG's V series and have come away impressed with all three.