It is thrilling how a hiccup can cause a ripple effect. That is what happened when Amazon Italia accidentally showcased yet-to-be-launched Huawei P30 Pro along with its European market price tag. Caught by folks at HDblog, the Amazon Italia page shows upcoming Huawei P30 Pro with a price tag of 1029.19 EUR which loosely translates to $1,168 USD.
According to Phone Arena, the hiccup showed a number of details such as the fact that the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro will sport a HiSilicon Kirin 980 chipset that we last saw with Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Other details include a giant 4,200 mAh battery which out beats Samsung Galaxy S10+’ 4,100 mAh battery and thus, an increased battery life.
The listing was particularly for Huawei P30 Pro 8GB RAM/128GB internal storage model priced at EUR 1,024.19 with a date i.e. April 5, 2019. This is supposed to be the date the device will be available at least in the European market after its launch event on March 26.
The device will boost a giant 6.1-inch display AMOLED display and looks stunningly beautiful as per the renders that were leaked a day ago. The device has a small notch for its 32MP front sensor along with curved edges.
The device features a 40MP super sensor, 20MP, and an 8MP, and a ToF sensor along with the capability of 10x hybrid zoom a version of which we saw in last year’s Mate 20 Pro that featured a 5x hybrid zoom. The device will be launched alongside Huawei P30 (standard) and a probable lite variant i.e. Huawei P30 Lite which is expected to boost the capabilities of Huawei P20 Pro.
Huawei P30 (standard) on the other hand will feature a 6.1-inch OLED display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and will sport a triple-camera array without ToF sensor. It will have 6GB/128GB configuration for its base variant and will have a 3,500 mAh battery.
Huawei is expected to top the chart of most units shipped. It sold more than 10 million Huawei Mate 20 smartphones along with more than 200 million units of all Huawei smartphones last year thereby leading on the second position just after Samsung in terms of units shipped.