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HUAWEI P30 Pro renders show off striking red-orange colorway

Hoping for an IR blaster and headphone port in your new HUAWEI flagship? Well, it looks like the firm might make you choose...

Published onMarch 14, 2019

HUAWEI P30 Pro renders via WinFuture.

We’re roughly two weeks away from the HUAWEI P30 series unveiling in Paris, but it seems like the leak train is picking up steam. We’ve already seen supposed renders earlier this year via WinFuture, and we’ve now got more images courtesy of the German tech outlet.

The renders show a HUAWEI P30 Pro with a very fetching red-orange color scheme, giving the canary yellow Galaxy S10e a run for its money when it comes to vibrant colorways. The outlet reckons that the colorway will be called “Sunrise,” but it doesn’t look like HUAWEI is going for a super-aggressive gradient here.

This new leak also gives us a look at the P30 Pro from a few more angles (seen above), and you’ll notice an IR blaster but no headphone jack. WinFuture reports that the standard model will go in the opposite direction, ditching the IR blaster but offering a 3.5mm port. So it looks like you’re out of luck if you want an IR blaster and 3.5mm port in one.

These new angles also seem to confirm that the P30 Pro will have a flat top and bottom. This will purportedly allow the device to stand up on its own, although I wouldn’t risk it if you value your screen.

HUAWEI reacts after it's caught using DSLR photos for its P30 campaign
A HUAWEI P30 promotional image, taken in 2009.

Much like previous images, these latest renders show a waterdrop notch, a triple rear camera setup (with the third camera being a square shooter), and a peculiar sensor below the flash. It’s believed the latter sensor is a 3D time-of-flight camera for depth sensing and other tasks.

We won’t have too long for official confirmation of these features and more, as the HUAWEI P30 event takes place on March 26. So join us then for all the news surrounding HUAWEI’s first flagship release of the year.

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