Here’s our best look yet at the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro

At Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain earlier this week, Chinese technology brand Huawei unveiled its first foldable 5G smartphone – the Mate X. The company, however, didn’t unveil its P30 flagships – the P30 and P30 Pro. Well, that’s because Huawei has scheduled a separate event on March 26 in Paris for their unveiling. Huawei hasn’t revealed any details about these smartphones, but, we do have a pretty good idea of what these smartphones will look like. And now, high-quality press renders of both these smartphones have surfaced online which give us our best look yet at them.

Huawei P30

These latest press renders of the P30 and P30 Pro that have leaked are in line with the previously leaked renders. These renders show that both the smartphones will feature a waterdrop-shaped notch and flaunt tiny bezels. But, you can clearly see that the P30 Pro will have bezels smaller than the one on P30. Furthermore, the smartphone also seems to have a curved edge display.

Huawei P30 Pro

Moreover, if you look closely, the P30 has a earpiece along the top bezel, but the P30 Pro doesn’t. This likely means that the P30 Pro will come with a feature that will turn the display into a speaker – thus eliminating the need for a earpiece to achieve smaller bezels.

Round the back, both the P30 and P30 Pro have a multi-camera setup placed vertically in the top-left corner. However, the P30 comes with triple cameras whereas the P30 Pro comes with quad cameras. You can also see that the positioning of the LED flash is different on both these smartphones.

That said, both the P30 and P30 Pro don’t have a fingerprint scanner on their back or on the left or right side, which means that they will likely sport an in-display fingerprint scanner.

The rear cameras on these smartphones will come with LEICA lens and are said to come with 10x hybrid zoom. These smartphones will be offered in at least three colors – Black, Twilight, and Aurora.

Both the P30 and P30 Pro will be powered by Kirin 980 SoC paired with at least 6 GB RAM. There’s no word on whether these smartphones will be 5G ready or not.

We are more than three weeks away from the unveiling of these smartphones, so you can expect to hear more about them in the coming days.