The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro are due for an official reveal on March 26, but we’ve already seen a flood of leaks in the run-up to the event. Now, the latest leak comes via a listing for the phones at Norwegian retailer Power (h/t: Tek.no).
This new leak gives us another look at the devices, corroborating previous renders that showed a waterdrop notch for both phones in lieu of a wider cutout. It also looks like customers will be able to score what looks like a free Huawei Watch GT if they purchase a P30 or P30 Pro via the retailer.
Power’s listing also gives us a comprehensive look at the spec sheet, starting with the cameras. The P30 Pro’s listing reveals a 40MP+20MP+8MP+3D ToF rear combination. Switch to the standard P30 model, and the retailer lists a 40MP+16MP+8MP rear-facing trio. Both devices apparently share a 32MP selfie camera, which could potentially shoot at a pixel-binned 8MP if Huawei opts for this approach.
Interestingly enough, the listing also mentions 5x “optical” zoom for the Pro variant and 10x hybrid zoom otherwise. This would be a big improvement over the Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro’s 3x lossless zoom and 5x hybrid zoom.
As for other differences, the listings reveal 6GB/128GB variants for both devices, as well as an 8GB/256GB option for the P30 Pro. Furthermore, the Pro device is listed with a 4,200mAh battery, while the standard variant is said to have a 3,650mAh pack. Finally, the Pro model apparently offers a 6.47-inch OLED screen, while the standard device packs a 6.1-inch OLED display. Both devices are listed with a Kirin 980 chipset and in-display fingerprint sensor.
The retailer lists the 128GB P30 Pro at 8,990 Norwegian krone (~$1,061), while the 256GB variant is listed at 9990 Norwegian krone (~$1,178). Want the standard variant? Then you’ll be splashing out 6990 Norwegian krone (~$825), according to Power.
You can visit Tek.no for more screenshots of the listing, including a detailed look at the specs for each device. What do you make of the P30 and P30 Pro at this stage? Give us your thoughts in the comments!
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