18 March 2019
Huawei is introducing the P30 series in a couple of weeks, and a number of leaks about the upcoming devices have been making the rounds. The devices have been certified in Indonesia and Taiwan, which reveal their RAM and storage options.
The P30 has been listed with the model number ELE-L29 and comes with 6/8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. While the P30 Pro has been listed as the VOG-L29 and will arrive with 8 GB RAM and 128/256 GB storage. The two phones were accompanied by a third phone, with the model number MAR-LX2, which is likely to be the Huawei P30 Lite. The smartphone will compete with the Samsung Galaxy S10e and will be an affordable version of the P30 with less powerful specs.
Huawei has officially announced that they will be unveiling the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro at an event in Paris on the 26th of March. According to the rumours and teasers that Huawei has released so far, it is likely that the phones will come with some kind of super-zoom camera. Huawei is yet to mention which chipset the P30 series could be using, but it is likely that the phones might be powered by the Kirin 980 chipset which was used in last year’s Mate 20 series.
We ask our readers to take the information with a grain of salt for now, and we should have all the official details in a few days.