Huawei is expected to release its next flagship smartphone, the Huawei P30 and if one goes by the leaked images of the back cover of this phone, as claimed, then you can expect as many as 4 cameras in the rear on this phone and the slot for the flash too is big enough to accommodate 2 LED flashes. The smartphone cover makers are leading the race this week revealing a lot about the devices they are trying to make the covers for.
Some Deductions by Comparison with Predecessor
The surmises on how many cameras can be expected on the Huawei P30 rely a lot on what the actual design is in the current phone in the series, the Huawei P20 Pro released in March this year. The image on hand is just the cover and not the render of the actual phone’s rear panel. Therefore, one goes back to the predecessor to check on this. If you recall, the Huawei P20 smartphone has a dual sensor arrangement while the Huawei P30 has a triple camera setup in the rear. Now the image now being displayed by the maker of the covers for the upcoming Huawei P30 has the slot that is bigger indicating that there will be 4 camera lenses.
Another important piece of information that you will be interested to learn is that the Huawei P30 flagship is likely to be fitted with the in-house Kirin 980 processor, which the Chinese company reserves for its top-end phones.
If Samsung Has it Can Huawei Lag Behind?
Rumors are already in circulation that Samsung would be releasing a large 6.7-inch phone with a 4-camera set up in the rear coming March. The competition runs quite strong in the smartphone space and if Samsung has launched a phone with 4 cameras, Huawei would want to have a device from its stable sporting a similar feature too.
Coming months are therefore going to be terribly busy for the industry observes as the phone manufacturers keep unveiling one feature after the other. The real climax could come at the MWC 2019 in February.
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