Huawei Sets Launch Date For the P30 in March

Huawei P30 confirmed to snub MWC for Paris in March

Huawei P30 confirmed to snub MWC for Paris in March

Huawei's soaring success is the result of the company's continued efforts to bring nothing but the best smartphones to consumers.

Huawei will be introducing its latest P30 series a month after MWC19.

The company posted a teaser video on Twitter, confirming a March 26 launch event and the Huawei P30 name.

Huawei, which is also going to launch its first foldable phone at MWC on Sunday, according to current rumors, teased that its first flagship phone of the year, the one that matters, will be launched on March 26th.

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The short video that accompanies the announcement shows an array of photos taken in Paris of various known monuments like the Eiffel tower, Notre Dame and the Arc de Triomphe. The teaser is in line with the past rumours and leaks that suggested P30 Pro's periscope-style imaging hardware to achieve 10X lossless optical zoom. Based on the leaks in the past, Huawei could unveil the P30 Pro alongside the Huawei P30 at the Paris event.

And there has been information surrounding the Huawei P30 smartphone's launch has made its way online. The image has a lens, zooming into the Eiffel Tower, probably suggesting well see even bigger zoom than the 5x hybrid one, introduced with P20 Pro past year. The handsets will also see an upgrade to in-display fingerprint scanner and the latest HiSilicon Kirin 980 chipset - equivalent to Snapdragon 855 processor.

The unsure bits are whether they will go with the "hole punch" displays they are using with the Nova lineup or go with the notch again that features face recognition tech like in the Mate 20 Pro.

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