The upcoming and most-awaited Huawei’s flagship device named Huawei P30 in Australia alongside its elder brother P30 Pro is all set to be released in an event which is now a couple of days away, with recently a confirmed date of 26th March. The smartphones will be the next flagship in China's smartphone brand (Huawei), which in recent years has grown stronger. The last year's Huawei P20 and P20 Pro go against the likes of Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, Google Pixel 3 Australia and the latest iPhones and P30 Duo seems to have Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus in their sights.
We are probably talking trio when in September Apple launched three new phones, and in February Samsung did the same, and we wouldn't be surprised if Huawei would follow a new Trio with its own under the name of P30. We would like Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro Australia to keep building on the 2018 momentum and we have gathered a list of things that would help that happen.
The Huawei P30 Release Date in Australia isn’t announced, so far. But March 26th has now been confirmed as an official release date in so many countries including China, India and some European countries. That confirms a release date rumor which we heard about before – which pointed to an announcement in Paris before March 2019 ends.
As far as Huawei P30 Price in Australia is concerned, it’s most likely to be at least as pricey as last year’s Huawei P20 which set users back AU$1070. Huawei normally positions its Mate Series as its premium flagship – therefore, there is a good chance that P30 will be as much as Huawei Mate 20.
The Huawei P30 Pro, however, will no doubt be more expensive as compared to Huawei P30. Back in 2018, there was a difference of approx. AU$200 between P20 and Huawei P20 Pro Australia. So, expecting similar for P30 and P30 Pro wouldn’t be wrong.
The best view of the possible design of Huawei P30 is from @OnLeaks, which has a solid track record. Note that it is made of glass and has a gradient color scheme on the back. The @OnLeaks also suggests that it has a teardrop notch, small bezels, a rear camera with three lenses, a headphone port with 3.5 mm and no visible fingerprint scanner which means it's on-screen. This may mean that the monitor is OLED, as most scanners do not use an LCD screen. The headphone port is rather surprising because there was no port in Huawei P20 last year.
There is a notch above the screen and a small bezel below, according to the renderings. There is a four-lens camera around the backside, with 3 lenses in one block and one on the side. Since then there have been additional sources from the same source, which have displayed the Huawei P30 Pro in red, giving us four colours. This also shows the top and bottom edge of the phone and shows that there seems to be no headphone port in contrast to the standard Huawei P30, but there is an IR blaster which does not seem to have the standard model.
As for the display, it could be 1080 x 2340 pixels, if the profiles of the user agent leaked are to be believed for both Huawei P30 and the Huawei P30 Pro. That would be a little bit boost on 1080 x 2240 pixels screen of Huawei P20 range and it's a rumor that we have already heard more than once in a relation to P30 Pro - with one authentic online sources added that P30 Pro will be equipped with 6.47-inches screen.
The Huawei P30 Pro Rumour claims that it has a 38MP camera support. In particular, one Sony which is unannounced, so far. The Huawei P30 has a triple-lens rear camera with a lens of up to 40MP, according to another source. It could also have an optical zoom 5x without loss and a front-facing 24MP camera. We can see from this that at least three rear cameras seem to appear in both models, and a large flash unit is also available for the Pro model.
The P30 Pro is shown in a single frame from the front, with small bezels and a teardrop notch that matches the images we saw elsewhere. However, Huawei P30 Pro now has been confirmed to have four and not three lenses and the company's CEO has said so. However, this was long rumored, as some pictures not only show that, but also other reports indicated that way. Furthermore, 10x optical zoom and an upgraded 3D sensor can be used to measure distance and create focusing effects.
The Huawei P30 Pro will, according to one source, be equipped with a 40MP f/1.6 optical IM (OIS), a 20MPf/2.2 wide-angle OIS-free and a depth sensor together with a fourth lens unknown. And a 32MP lens would be possible for the camera facing the front. Elsewhere, Walter Ji, Huawei's European boss, spoke about 10 times zooming in an Android Pit interview, but he did not say specifically that this feature would be obtained by the Huawei P30. However, certain teasers have taken a picture of the moon from a narrowness perspective, so that there is also a degree of improvement in the zoom and possibly an improvement in the low light.
The Huawei P30 will certainly run on the Android 9 Pie operating system which is the latest and updated Android operating system, so far. A reliable leaker has stated in other parts that the Huawei P30 standard is supplemented by RAM of 6GB and storage of 128GB, while the Huawei P30 Pro has 8GB RAM and storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. Although he added that other setups can be offered as well. The Huawei P30 Rumour was backed up by leaked Indonesian and Taiwanese certification forms, which specified the exact same specs but also indicated there is apparently an 8GB version of the standard P30.
The P30 Pro is now also certified by a well-known source in Thailand. No information has been attached, however, it shows that phones will soon be on their way to hit shops and all these certifications suggest that they will be available widely. We know nothing more about the core specifications of the P30 yet, but we can also look for an idea about certain of the possible specs and characteristics of the Huawei P30 at the Mate 20 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro Australia.
Without a doubt, it'll be loaded with HiSilicon Kirin 980 chipset will likely be the same as the Mate 20 range. This chipset debuted on Mate 20 range and the company used previously the same chipset on Mate range one year and now P range the following year. It is not necessarily bad, because by the time the Huawei P30 is launched it will still be quite new and it's a good chip. It's the first 7 nm Android and probably has a different chip beat 2018 for Android. Although it now rivals with those like the Snapdragon 855, of course.
Better speakers are one thing that Huawei P30 could offer - according to the teaser video which surfaced online a couple of weeks back. The improvements are not clear, but a second speaker for stereo sound is one option because the Huawei P20 only has one speaker. A different way according to one source is to use the vibration to produce a sound that is similar to LG G8 ThinQ as the screen itself can be a speaker.
As Huawei P30 is yet to be released officially, here is a list of what we are expecting that beast to be loaded with.
Huawei has stuck on its P20 range with a Full HD+ display, but it's the time Huawei did the same with Samsung, Sony and many others. We want a QHD resolution for the Huawei P30. Probably no more is necessary than that, but a resolution of around 1440 x 2960 would really make a difference in the likely big screen size.
With its good battery life and fast charging, the Huawei P20 series does not provide wireless charging, a feature we'd expect on flagship smartphones to come as standard. So we hope that the Huawei P30 will offer something - or at least the Huawei P30 Pro. There are reasons to suspect it might - since Huawei Mate 20 Pro does.
There's an on-screen Fingerprint Scanner on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS, and even the Honor 10 (made by a Huawei sub-brand) has an on-screen scanner so it's no surprise to see a Huawei P30 in-screen scanner. And it's good too because it's like a technology feature to help the phone stand apart from many other devices, let alone keep the bezel small without using a scanner in the back.
That’s all about Huawei P30 rumors we have heard and seen, so far. Are you a fan of Huawei smartphones and excited to see Huawei’s coolest flagship smartphone? What kind of features you would love to see? Let us know your thoughts down in a comment section.