The Huawei P30 is being reported by users of engineering models to have a redesigned display - at least when compared to the P20. Apparently, the P30 and P30 Pro will both have OLED displays unlike the non-Pro P20 with its LCD - which will be necessary for the in-display fingerprint sensor.
The wide notch of the P20 is also said to be replaced with the waterdrop design of the Mate20 plus the the P30 will have a 6.1-inch display (same as the P20) while the P30 Pro go up to a 6.5-inch display.
For the ever important camera, the P30 is reported to be equipped with a triple rear camera system similar to the Mate20 Pro with the Sony IMX600 sensor but arranged in a vertical camera bumper. However, the P30 Pro is “likely” to include a periscope optical zoom module - similar to that of Oppo’s,and will feature the new Sont IMX607 sensor.
Both version of the P30 will have the pleasure of having the Kirin 980 chipset with the P30 having up to 8GB of RAM and the P30 Pro having 12GB. Additionally, the non-Pro P30 will have an audio jack.
No further details have been given but this is a lot of information already. We keep you up to date with any more juicy news about the P30.