Although there is no official information about the upcoming Huawei P30 series, a few Olixar protective cases have been listed for pre-order by MobileFun already. These accessories reveal that the P30 Pro is a handset that sports a display with a waterdrop-style notch, as well as a quad main camera setup.
If you were looking for the Huawei P30's list of models and their technical details, then this is not the right place. Right now, there are no such official details available anyway. On the other hand, clear images of the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro have surfaced online thanks to MobileFun, an online store that has just listed a few cases for this handset.
All these Huawei P30 Pro cases that can be pre-ordered already come from Olixar and their prices range between US$5.49 and US$13.99. In addition to these cases that have been designed specifically for the Huawei P30 Pro, those who will purchase this handset can also get a universal leather pouch wallet case. If they choose this protective solution, they will have to shell out US$20.99.
The two key design elements that can be spotted thanks to these cases are the vertical quad-camera setup present on the back of the P30 Pro, as well as the waterdrop-style notch of its display. Regarding the other specs, we should expect a HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor, at least 8 GB of memory, and 5G connectivity.
Would you get the Huawei P30 Pro if priced within your budget? Do you think that having four cameras in a vertical setup is too much? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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