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Huawei P30 to have triple rear cameras and 24MP selfie camera: Evan Blass

22 December 2018 3

The P20 Pro was the Huawei's first flagship phone with triple rear cameras. The company was so successful in bringing triple Leica certified lens that P20 Pro is still on top as the best camera phone of this year. From the look of the things, the camera-centric phones trend from Huawei will continue in 2019 as well. From the past few weeks, the P30 series rumors are slowly gaining momentum.

Huawei fans are certainly eager to know what kind of cameras P30 will be bringing on board. What we heard so far suggests the P30 Pro could be first Huawei flagship with quad rear cameras. However, the details regarding the standard P30 were still in the dark. Thanks to the one of the most reliable tipster @evleaks AKA Evan Blass we have few key details regarding the P30 cameras.

According to the Blass, the P30 will have triple sensors on the rear. The main camera sensor on the rear will have 40MP which most likely will be the same sensor we had seen on this year's P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro. The secondary sensor will be a telephoto lens with up to 5x lossless zoom. On the front-facing side, the P30 expected with a 24MP snapper.

As far as the third sensor is a concern, it might not be monochrome sensor likes its predecessors instead the company likely to include Wide-angle sensor as the third module. Apart from rear cameras, the front-facing side is also expected to have AI support.

Like the Mate 20 series, it will have the latest Kirin 980 SoC built on the 7nm process. The best thing about this chipset is dedicated dual neural processing units. Do share your views regarding the P30 cameras leak in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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Huawei P30 to have triple rear cameras and 24MP selfie camera: Evan Blass
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Yeah, the triple rear camera trend will continue in the next year too. Not going to die down so soon. Actually, the trend of the dual rear cameras will now be lesser and lesser.


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