NEW DELHI: Huawei is widely expected to launch its flagship smartphone of 2019, Huawei P30. The handset is supposed to come along with the P30 Pro in an event scheduled to take place in Paris on March 26th. Although we have come across several leaks and rumours making rounds on the web, it looks like Huawei itself can’t control its excitement. The Chinese handset maker has leaked its own smartphone on its website before the official unveiling, leaving nothing to our imagination. The leak on its own website not just reveals the design of the smartphone but also unveils some of the key features.

The Huawei P30 is seen with a quad-camera setup at the back, which is a step up from the last year’s triple rear camera setup. The setup is said to include a 40MP sensor, a 10x telephoto zoom lens, ultra-wide angle lens and a ToF (Time of Flight) camera. As for the screen, the P30 is also seen with a ‘waterdrop’ notch at the front along with a slight chin at the bottom.

It is worth adding that the four camera setup and the 10X hybrid zoom camera tech will be limited to Huawei P30 Pro. These might not be there in the Huawei P30.

One of the key features that was mentioned in the webpage, as per The Verge, is the one where it will be possible to use both wide-angle and telephoto lenses simultaneously. This will make it easier to track fast-moving objects. We are yet to see in detail how the feature would work. The page adds that this particular feature will arrive as an update after the launch.

Not only the smartphone but the leak also confirms the existence of Huawei Watch GT Active edition. The page, however, doesn’t give you much details about the product though.





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