Huawei P30 Smartphone First Renderings Leaked Five Camera

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After Huawei P20 was released, its front design uses top notch screen which has been criticized by others, but its three back camera has saved Huawei P20 Pro impression. Since VIVO NEX released, its hidden front camera seems very amazing, which has also brought new concept design for upcoming full view display smartphone. Right now we have seen Huawei P30 concept images leaked online, using 100% full view display, five camera in front and back design.

According to latest renderings, Huawei P30 has been redesigned, which makes us feel removing top notch zone based on iPhone X. But this Huawei P30 has very high screen to body ratio, up to 100%, its frame also made very narrow, looking beautiful.

The receiver of Huawei P30 is designed on the upper frame, very small frame, although the front camera uses hidden design, different from VIVO NEX, it is hidden in the back of the body instead of inside body, this Huawei P30 front camera uses dual Leica lens.

Its front camera can take 3D photos, only limited on Huawei P30, but if you use other devices or print, it still shows traditional image format.

The highlight of Huawei P30 is to put front dual camera and three back camera at same module. By sliding up , it can open front dual camera, the total five camera all use Leica lens, meanwhile, Huawei P30 three rear camera can also take 3D photos.

At the bottom is USB Type C port, and speaker, microphone on the two sides of it. Speaker and microphone use hollow-out design, very beautiful.

We can also find Huawei P30 design has changed, processed by nano, waterproof, dustproof, etc.

Read also: Huawei Nova 3 Will Be Released with Kirin 710 and Four Camera

Do you like this Huawei P30 design? How much do you want to buy?

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