Huawei P30 expected to launch with four rear camera lenses

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  • Tuesday, 12 Feb 2019

Rendering of Spigen's Liquid Crystal Case for the Huawei P30 Pro. — AFP Relaxnews

A newly released render purportedly showing the Huawei P30 Pro depicts the handset with four cameras on the back, one more lens than what the standard P30 is expected to sport.

Last October, Samsung made waves in the camera-oriented smartphone world when they announced the Galaxy A9 (2018), the first device to feature four cameras on the back bringing the grand total up to five. According to recently published P30 Pro case renders by Spigen, Huawei is working on a device expected to give rivals a run for their money.

In fact, the images – allegedly renders – are actually product advertisements for a P30 Pro transparent case which you can purchase from Spigen right now, despite the phone's launch supposedly not taking place until the end of February at the Mobile World Congress, running Feb 25-28 in Barcelona, Spain.

Last month, on the other hand, notable tech leaker @OnLeaks, shared a rendering created by 91mobiles of the P30 which shows only three rear cameras. Considering that last year's P20 Pro had one more rear lens than the standard P20, both these two new renderings look promising.

Apart from the number of rear cameras, both Spigen's edition of the device and that produced by 91mobiles aesthetically match. The official launch is expected to take place later this month at the 2019 Mobile World Congress, though Huawei has not specified whether or not the P30 lineup will make an appearance. – AFP Relaxnews
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