Huawei will launch the P30 lineup in Paris on March 26
Just as expected, the next-gen Huawei flagship lineup will be called P30, although the names of the individual models it will include have not been revealed yet. On the other hand, there is an official date and location for the launch event, thanks to a recent video teaser that Huawei has posted on Twitter.
According to the aforementioned video, the launch event will use the "Rewrite The Rules" headline and is scheduled to take place in Paris, on March 26. The video does not include any technical information, but it seems to suggest that the P30 series will aim at mobile photography fans and the zoom capabilities of the main camera setup will be a key selling point.
Since both the Huawei P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro feature a 3x telephoto camera and 5x hybrid zoom, the P30 has a very task that lies ahead. The recent rumors concerning the main camera assembly of the upcoming P30 models mentioned three rear cameras for the P30 and four cameras for the P30 Pro. Obviously, the new handsets will use the HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor.
Given the recent troubles that Huawei has been facing in the US and other areas, we can only hope that the P30 series will not be too expensive. However, many people would not buy a cheaper device that could endanger their privacy — but the truth might be a bit different, depending on the market. Would you get a next-gen Huawei flagship before the suspicions concerning the company's handling of its customers' sensitive data vanish?
Huawei Mobile (on Twitter)