The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro were some of the most popular and highly-rated smartphones of 2018. Now we have some leaked renders courtesy of reliable source @OnLeaks (via 91mobiles) which depict the supposed follow-up to the P20 — presumably called the Huawei P30.
On the outside, it doesn’t look like Huawei is deviating too far from the established look of the P20 when it comes to the new P30. The metallic colorful design is here as well as the vertically-mounted camera setup.
However, that doesn’t mean it’s all the same. The most notable difference with the P30 is at the bottom of the device: the return of the headphone jack. Both the P20 and the P20 Pro didn’t have the much-loved port.
Two other differences, from what we can tell from the renders, is the new waterdrop-style notch (and removal of the Huawei chin) and a triple camera setup on the rear. Last year, the triple camera was reserved for the P20 Pro, while the vanilla P20 had a dual lens.
Finally, a big change is the absence of a rear fingerprint scanner, heavily suggesting the P30 will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Check out the renders below:
Renders from @OnLeaks are usually very reliable, so there’s a good chance this is what the P30 will look like. However, the P30 and the P30 Pro could be pretty different from one another, so it’s not assured that the P30 Pro will also have the headphone jack, in-display fingerprint scanner, etc.
What do you think? Are you ready for a proper flagship from Huawei with a headphone jack? Let us know in the comments.