One of the highlight features of the Huawei P20 was its triple rear camera setup, and it looks like that feature will be returning with the Huawei P30.
New renders claim to show the Huawei P30, and there are a couple of notable changes compared to the P20. While there's still a notch on the Huawei P30, it's considerably smaller than the one on the Huawei P20. The triple rear camera setup on the Huawei P30 is all in the same camera housing rather than having two cameras in one housing and the third in another like on the P20, which gives the cameras and the rear of the P30 a cleaner look.
The back of the Huawei P30 also features a gradient color and a textured look. There's no rear fingerprint reader here nor is there anything below the display, suggesting that the Huawei P30 will adopt an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The rumored specs for the Huawei P30 include a 6-inch 2340x1080 display, 6GB/8GB of RAM, 128GB/256GB storage options, USB-C and 3.5mm ports, and a 4000mAh battery. The triple rear camera setup is expected to include a 40MP sensor and a 5x lossless zoom, and the front-facing camera is said to be a 24MP snapper.
There's no word yet on when Huawei might announce the P30. MWC 2019 at the end of February is one of the biggest mobile events of the year, so that's one possibility. Also of note is that Huawei announced the P20 at the end of March last year, so we could also see the Huawei P30 announced in late March of this year. Stay tuned.