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Leak shares possible screen sizes of the upcoming Huawei P30 series

We already know Huawei is set to release its P30 series soon. While we don’t have an exact date yet, we know what the phones’ screens might look like. Slash Leaks obtained a photo of the supposed screen protectors for the P30, P30 Pro, and P30 Lite. The P30 Pro will reportedly have a 6.4-inch QHD+ display and have an in-display fingerprint reader. Meanwhile, the P30 and P30 Lite both get 6-inch FHD+ displays. But the P30 also gets an in-display fingerprint reader, while the P30 Lite has a rear fingerprint scanner. All three will reportedly get the waterdrop notch display. We don’t know if this means 3D face scanning will be less sophisticated this time around than the one introduced in the Mate 20 Pro. For now, these are still rumours and we’d only find out which ones are real when Huawei officially launches the phone.


Leak shows possible design of the Huawei P30 Pro

How many camera sensors is enough in a smartphone? Manufacturers still aren’t done adding more into their devices. The latest leak for Huawei’s upcoming P30 Pro smartphone suggests we’re getting another smartphone with four camera lenses. Unlike Samsung’s take on the trend, the fourth sensor rumoured to be coming to Huawei’s newest flagship won’t be directly usable. The company is following a new trend from Chinese brands where there’s a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor that’s commonly used for 3D mapping in virtual and augmented reality. How this’ll be utilized is something we don’t know yet.

One other change rumoured to be coming to the P30 is a smaller, “waterdrop” notch. The P20 Pro had a wider notch to house extra sensors for a more advanced 3D face recognition system. Now, we’re wondering if the P30 Pro loses these sensors. We’ll only find out once they phone officially launches, which usually happens in the first quarter of the year.

Source: SlashGear


Samsung, Huawei tease upcoming all-screen phones with tiny cutouts

Trying to solve the notch issue has some manufacturers flexing their creative muscles a bit. One of the implementations we’re going to be seeing in the coming weeks come from Samsung and Huawei. Both companies have teased images of its upcoming Galaxy A8s and nova 4, respectively. Both sporting tiny cutouts for the front-facing camera, eliminating the need for a notch but still getting an almost full-screen experience sans extra movable parts. We’re going to hear more about these phones when Samsung launches the Galaxy A8s on December 10 (at least according to a post from their Weibo account) and on December 17 when Huawei launches the nova 4.

Source: SlashGear


Android Pie starts rolling out to Huawei P20 series in China, international market could soon follow

Power Trio: The Huawei P20 Pro Review

Huawei has begun rolling out Android 9.0 Pie via the EMUI 9 skin in China. It’s being reported that it’s hitting both the P20 and P20 Pro units. It’s the final build and it brings with it Huawei’s take on Google’s Digital Wellbeing app—Digital Balance—as well as better volume controls, GPU Turbo for smoother gameply, and gesture navigation. There is no word yet when it’ll be hitting the international market but with this being the final build, it shouldn’t be that long of a wait.

Source: GSMArena