The Huawei P30 series teaser.

A screenshot from the P30 teaser video.

Rumors have circulated for quite some time now regarding the next Huawei flagship, and it looks like we won’t have to wait too long to get our hands on it.

The company posted a teaser video on Twitter, confirming a March 26 launch event and the Huawei P30 name. Much like the P20 series, the teaser reveals that the new device will be launched in Paris.

The video clip also seems to suggest that zoom capabilities will be a key selling point here. Huawei’s P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro both feature a 3x telephoto camera, along with 5x hybrid zoom (combining data from the telephoto camera and 40MP shooter). So the firm will need to do something pretty special if it hopes to improve on the previous models.

Rumors suggest we could be looking at a standard Huawei P30 with three rear cameras, while the P30 Pro gains four rear cameras. The company also has a habit of using the Mate phone’s chipset in the next P-series flagship, so we can expect the Kirin 980 to land in the P30 series.

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