Thanks to a post on the social site Weibo by Huawei’s own CEO, we now know thatthe upcoming Huawei P30 Pro will have four cameras, one more than its predecessor. Additionally, a sample image posted by Richard Yu via Weibo shows a clear moon photo, comparable to any long-zoom point-and-shoot camera output.
At the bottom left, Huawei’s signature watermark is present, but with a twist. Instead of “Leica Triple Camera”, it says “Leica Quad Camera” instead. Also blurred is the model name of the phone, but with the Pro suffix at the end, it is easy to deduce this is the P30 Pro.
No other detail was shared in the Weibo photo, but this is the first indication that Huawei is upping its zoom game in the smartphone photography world. Another hint comes from Huawei Mobile’s official Twitter account, where it shows a close-up photo and a wide-angle photo in the same image.
No other features were leaked, but going by precedence, The Huawei P30 Pro should see similar internals as the Mate 20 series and P20 Pro. This includes the Kirin 980, an AMOLED screen, a large battery (possibly 4000mAh or more) and sadly, no headphone jack. With the official launch event happening next month in March, we should see more details of the phone then.