It seems that zooming will be a major selling point for Huawei's next generation phon, set for release in Paris on March 26.
The P30 Pro will reportedly have a pop-out camera powerful enough to capture details of the moon's surface.
According to Android Central, the phone features a "periscope-style" camera with "super-zoom capabilities." A detailed photo of the moon's surface, taken with the P30 Pro and posted by Huawei CEO Richard Yu, shows the camera's zooming capabilities.
In February, Huawei posted a video on Twitter, tagged with slogan "Rewrite the Rules," which zoomed in on several iconic Paris landmarks.
The P30 is also said to have advanced low-light performance enabled by hardware -- in contrast to the software-based approach used to great effect by Google's Pixel 3.
Huawei has been paying attention to the camera features of its smartphones. Earlier this year, Huawei released the Mate 20 Pro, which features a 40-megapixel f1.8 wide camera, a 20-megapixel f2.2 ultra-wide camera, and an 8-megapixel f.24 telephoto camera with optical image stabilization.