Huawei P30 Pro is set to debut at the Chinese OEM’s scheduled hardware event in Paris on March 26.
P30 Pro is one of the most anticipated Android flagships of the year and is expected to make a number of notable improvements over its predecessor.
Huawei’s new handset has been rumoured to tout four cameras on its rear, have an all-screen display and turbocharged internals.
In fact, last week claimed press images of the flagship surfaced online courtesy of WinFuture.
The alleged P30 Pro was showcased in what appeared to be a Twilight finish that oozed gradients of blue and purple.
Moreover, four cameras were displayed on the device’s rear panel in addition to a flash.
Three of the cameras in question were stacked vertically on a single module.
Meanwhile, the fourth was positioned underneath the flagship’s flash and was much smaller than the others.
It has been rumoured this particular lens could be a time-of-flight (TOF) sensor.
Such hardware could be used for 3D scanning, although such a claim is unconfirmed.
The front of the hardware presented the most noticeable changes over the P20 Pro however.
P30 Pro was shown with an all-screen design and a small notch at the top.
No physical reader was present on the product, suggesting Huawei could place the phone’s reader underneath its display.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro already boasts such a futuristic feature.
While the claimed press images provided a tantalising glimpse at the forthcoming product from Huawei, it appears the P30 Pro has leaked again in real life photos.
The shots, that first emerged on SlashLeaks, appear to show a device that conforms to all the rumours surrounding the P30 Pro.
As highlighted in the alleged press images, the phone was displayed with four cameras on its rear.
Most notably, one of the lenses was shown to be square in shape and could be the phone’s telephoto sensor.
The P30 Pro has been rumoured to feature improved zooming capabilities when compared to the P20 Pro.
Such functionality has already been hinted by Huawei on its Twitter account.
The shape of the sensor is reminiscent of the recent zooming technology that was displayed by OPPO at its Mobile World Congress (MWC) keynote.
Express.co.uk tested OPPO’s camera system it claimed offered a 10-times lossless zoom and was impressed with the results.
If the Huawei P30 Pro does tout similar technology, it could present Android fans with a substantial photography upgrade when compared to the P20 Pro.
While the recent outings surrounding Huawei’s new flagship appear to showcase how the hardware could look, it is worth noting nothing about the P30 Pro has been officially discussed by the Chinese OEM.
Instead, it is expected the firm will wait until March 26 to talk about the device.
Express.co.uk will be covering proceedings live.