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Huawei P30 to feature flat top and bottom edges as seen in a leaked image

06 March 2019 3

Huawei P30 launch is approaching close as the rumors mill is taking off with a bunch of speculations and leaked images floating around. The top Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei recently unveiled their foldable smartphone Mate X at Mobile World Congress recently, and after that, P30 is the next flagship in the lineup. The much-awaited smartphone got surfaced online in revealing a bunch of specifications.


The phone is expected to offer a better package than Mate 20 and might boast Leica Quad cameras. As per a recently leaked image of the phone, we get to see the flat top and bottom surfaces of the phone which means it could potentially stand straight up.

As per a popular leakster Roland Quandt, the phone we are seeing is actually a reality and would offer a flat surfaced design. While not many smartphone users prefer placing their phones straight up, flat design could be a pleasant change though.


Huawei P30 is expected to offer 10x zoom, highly variable focal length ranging from 16mm to 125mm with aperture F/1.6 to F/3.4. Likewise, the P30 (non-pro variant) could offer focal lengths ranging from 17mm to 80mm with aperture F/1.8 to F/2.4. The phone is expected to launch in Paris on 26th March.

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