Huawei P30 Pro has been heavily rumoured to build upon the solid foundation the P20 Pro laid by presenting Android fans with a host of notable upgrades. A brand new leak from Taiwan, meanwhile, delivers details about the phones' specs.
We are also expecting some interesting phones that are slated to release later this year, including Huawei P30 Pro, which has been touting its camera capabilities and might come with 12GB of RAM.
The P30 series teaser images were shared on Chinese social network Weibo and strongly imply that the forthcoming flagship smartphones will be able to take images of this calibre. At the time, Huawei said that the goal of the ad was to demonstrate how customers can use the new phones, and the product shots were for reference only, as it was stated at the end of that ad.
"We would like to reiterate that those are, in fact, only teaser posters, and are only meant to hint at the unique new features that will come with the Huawei P30 series", the company said in a statement issued to Android Authority.
As per official renders, the P30 Pro will come with Leica-engineered quad rear-camera setup and a single selfie camera.
Do you think Huawei's on the right track with these designs? The images are not clicked by the Huawei P30 handset.
One of the photos, which features a young child and three ducklings, was actually taken four years ago by photographer Jake Olson.
The first of these is the Huawei Watch Active (curiously, its most direct competitor recently introduced the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active). Designed for today's urban explorers, the HUAWEI WATCH GT addresses one of the most common pain points of wearables: battery life, and breaks boundaries of traditional cognition, and brought the valuable essence to the gene of this watch, enhancing the users' spiritual cognition.
The US has been carrying out a demolition job against Huawei and its technology across Europe and urging its allies to cut off their plans of integrating Huawei's 5G technology in their own project. Huawei is known for using vibrant finishes on its phones. Worse yet, the photos are ones Huawei didn't shoot itself but are stock images. The effects of this faux pas are yet to be determined, and experts are eager to know how this would affect the sales of Huawei's P30 line.