Huawei P30 Pro’s triple-camera setup revealed in hands-on photos

Huawei P30 Pro hands-on  photos

The Huawei P30 Pro will be announced at the end of this month and now we get a clearer view thanks to leaked hands-on photos of the new flagship device. The design matches the press renders that were shared by Roland Quandt and it gives us a closer look at the new triple-camera setup.

As shown before, the P30 Pro will definitely come with a triple camera setup and one of the cameras has a squarish looking lens which is likely to be a periscope mechanism. It could be similar to Oppo’s new triple-camera feature that offers 10X lossless zoom. Apart from telephoto, the P30 Pro will likely retain the ultra-wide-angle camera which provides greater versatility.

Based on Huawei’s latest teasers, the P30 Pro is expected to offer better zooming performance with greater clarity. If we look at the labels on the latest press renders, the new flagship is expected to come with a 7.8x hybrid zoom and has a focal length of 16-125mm.

Another addition to the P30 Pro is a new LED flash module that comes with additional sensors which could include a ToF (Time of Flight) camera. This can be used to offer better bokehlicious portrait shots and kinect-like experiences.

For the P30 Pro, the device will be coming with a dual-curved display similar to the Mate 20 Pro but it gets a smaller notch. You can expect the device to run on the latest Kirin 980 processor and it would be packing at least 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

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Alexander Wong