Huawei P30 (model numbers: ELE-AL00; ELE-TL00) and Huawei P30 Pro (model numbers: VOG-AL00; VOG-AL10; VOG-TL00) phones have been certified by China’s TENAA authority.
The TENAA listings of these phones have appeared just after the official confirmation from the company that the P30 series will be unveiled on March 26 in Paris, France. Unfortunately, the TENAA listings of the P30 and P30 Pro do not contain any information on their specs. These listings are expected to get updated with their images and full specifications in the coming days.
Rumors surrounding the P30 and P30 Pro handsets have revealed that they will be arriving with waterdrop-style notched screens. The P30 is expected is expected to feature an OLED screen of 6.1 inches whereas the P30 Pro may arrive with a 6.5-inch OLED panel. Both phones are expected to be equipped with in-display fingerprint reader.
The Kirin 980 chipset will be powering the Huawei P30 series. The P30 handset may feature 6 GB of RAM whereas the P30 Pro may come with 8 GB of RAM. The latter is also expected to feature 12 GB of RAM in its highest configuration model. Speculations are rife that this model will carry support for 5G connectivity.
The P30 is expected to feature a triple camera setup on its rear whereas the P30 Pro could be coming with quad rear-mounted cameras. Both phones are rumored to possess a telephoto lens for optical zoom. Popular tipster Evan Blass had claimed in December that the P30 will support a maximum resolution of 40-megapixel along with 5x loseless zoom. The P30 will feature a 24-megapixel selfie camera. The same selfie shooter could be available on the Pro model.
Huawei now seems to be focused on the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 event. On February 24, the Chinese manufacturer will be announcing its first foldable phone with 5G support.
As far as updates on Huawei P30 series are concerned, stay tuned to Nashville Chatter Class for timely information.