Huawei is returning to Paris this March to unveil its 2019 P30 series of Android smartphones.
A tweet posted by the company marks the official launch date as March 26th with the pledge that “rules were made to be rewritten.” The the teaser video includes a jump to a tight zoom on each of those photos, hinting at new and improved zooming capabilities from Huawei’s upcoming P30 smartphones.
Obviously, Huawei is skipping the Barcelona MWC show for its own Paris event.
Although nothing sure, rumors and leaks hint at a triple-camera setup at the back for both the P30 and the P30 Pro, much like the P20 series. The cameras can be rated at 40MP, 20MP, and 8MP.
Additionally, the smartphones are expected to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, a Kirin 980 processor and a massive 12GB of RAM.
With such specs, the P30 series could be a serious competitor to the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. set for debut at a special event on February 20th, a few days ahead of MWC.