Huawei has an event planned on the 26th of March and speculation is rife that it would serve to launch the new P30 series of phones. While that is just weeks off, we also have a glimpse of what the phone’s internal build is going to be like thanks to a recent leak from the device certification site in Indonesia and Taiwan.
From what is known, there is going to be a generous memory upgrade for the Huawei flagship with the P30 sporting 6 GB and 8 GB of RAM. This would make for a nice upgrade over the 4 gigs of memory that the P20 series came with. The storage option is, however, going to be a standard 128 GB across the range.
The more up-market P30 Pro will understandably have better specs to a sport, which includes an 8 GB RAM. Then there also are two options for the P30 Pro in the form of 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage. The erstwhile P20 Pro featured a 6 GB RAM along with 128 GB storage.
It is not known though what chipset the latest iteration of the P30 device will come powered with. The P20 was built around the Kirin 970, and it delivered impressive performance. However, there also has been reports of Huawei working on the more advanced Kirin 980 chipset since then. No wonder, speculators have already been linking the two, claiming it’s the Kirin 980 that would eventually go on to power the new P30 series.
A 5G version of the P30 can’t be ruled out as well though none of that has found mention in the certification site for both Indonesia and Taiwan. That again can be explained from the fact that none of the countries are 5G ready as yet though Huawei surely might have a 5G enabled P30 available in markets that have upgraded to 5G standards.
Meanwhile, a third Huawei device has also found mention which is believed to be the P30 Lite model. The company had an entry-level P20 Lite launched last year as well. Unfortunately, there is virtually nothing that we know of the P30 Lite this year except that it is going to be 4G enabled.