Take note that the pricing is in Euro
Huawei is set to unveil the P30 family next week in Paris, France, but a wayward Amazon listing has managed to spoil the surprise early, posting full details of the device including specs, pricing, and its eventual release date.
While the P30 Pro’s hardware is no stranger to anyone that pays attention to the myriad of leaks that keep popping up on the internet, the listing confirms rumors of the P30 Pro re-using Huawei’s current generation flagship processor, the Kirin 980. That’ll be accompanied by 8GB of RAM and 120GB of storage, at least for the version that Amazon is selling.
The quad-camera setup was also confirmed by the goof, with the Amazon listing detailing a 40-megapixel primary shooter, a 20-megapixel ultra-wide lens, 8-megapixel telephoto lens, and a Time-of-Flight sensor. The P30 Pro’s cameras still carry Leica’s branding.
Like Huawei’s other flagships, the P30 Pro will have a large 4200mAh battery which will likely be SuperCharge enabled. The phone is also expected to ship with a large, 6.5-inch OLED display that has a 1080 x 2340 resolution, along with a curved panel, plus IP68 water protection.
As for the price, the Amazon listing puts the 8GB/128GB variant of the P30 Pro at EUR 1028 (Php 61.7k), which is considerably higher than the EUR 899 (Php 53.9K) that accompanied the P20 Pro.
Then again, Euro pricing for Huawei’s flagships has always been higher compared to local prices thanks to higher taxes, since the P20 Pro eventually launched with a Php 44,990 price tag.
The Amazon listing also revealed that the P30 Pro will be available in some markets as early as April 5.