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Huawei P30 Pro alleged live shots highlight cameras

01 March 2019 2

Huawei P30 Pro live shots recently leaked and gave you a good view of this beautiful phone. But, if those images weren’t enough for you, I am sure, this “spotted” image of the alleged P30 in the hands of Huawei CEO Richard Yu can never be.

The device is allegedly teased by Yu and it might be enough to create some hype around it, though not required. Well, moving on, you won’t be able to see the device clearly if you zoom in since it will come out blurry. So, it adds no value to your knowledge. But, at least, this corroborates to whatever we have seen so far.

The rear of the device is showing the triple rear camera module. Alongside the triple camera setup is a dual-tone LED flash, a laser autofocus module, and a fourth camera sensor. The fourth lens could be a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor. However, there’s no information on the camera specifications.

Well, apart from this, a couple of more images of the device have been surfaced that give you a good view. Looking closer at one of the images, you would see, the third camera in the triple lens-sensor module is squarish and it’s a deeper lens that may carry high zoom capabilities.

Taking a quick recap of the leaked specifications of the device which were reported back, the device could feature a 6.5-inch OLED panel with a waterdrop notch. The display of the phone could be embedded with an optical in-screen fingerprint sensor. It could come powered by Kirin 980 processor along with an 8GB RAM; also, a 12GB RAM variant is expected.

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