From what is known, there is going to be a generous memory upgrade for the Huawei flagship with the P30 sporting 6 GB and 8 GB of RAM.
The Huawei P30 Professional, the leak suggests, may have 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB onboard storage, which once more is a bounce up from the Huawei P20 Pro, with its 6GB RAM and 128GB reminiscence. In addition, the spokesperson added that Huawei has acquired the licenses to the original images and the posters are artistic renditions of said features.
There are multiple rumours about the Huawei P30 smartphone.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has been pronounced the best smartphone at the just ended Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona. Image Source: Huawei via GSM Arena The new campaign advertises the upcoming P30 launch, and the sample images tease the zoom features of the upcoming phone. More recently, the P30 Pro reportedly flexed its muscles in AnTuTu test website. The larger panel of the P30 Pro appears to curve around the long edges o the device, with the phone lacking a physical home button and conventional fingerprint reader.
Huawei clarifies why it used online stock images to promote new smartphone
According to a new report from The Verge, new marketing material for Huawei's upcoming P30 Pro smartphone has been caught trying to pass stock images as photos taken by the product's camera.
The previously-leaked renders of the Huawei P30 showcased the smartphone in a range of three colors - Black, Aurora, and Ice White.
On the other hand, the regular Huawei P30 will have 128 GB of ROM. The sensors will be aligned vertically accompanied by a dual-LED flash module. Except, well, the images don't show the new superzoom feature in action at all because they're actually all shot on a DSLR. It seems that the phone has a periscope zoom support, similar to what is expected in the P30-series.
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