Huawei P30 and P30 Pro leak in full
Case makers leaking smartphones ahead of the official reveal is nothing new, though in some cases (no pun intended), the information has been less then reliable. This latest leak, however, coming from case maker Spigen, is pretty much guaranteed to be the real deal.
A new batch of images showing various models of protective cases for Huawei's upcoming P30 and P30 Pro flagship models also reveal both handsets in their full glory. The Huawei P30 Pro is depicted nested in a transparent TPU case that has a sizable cut-out for the phone's vertical quad-camera setup and dual LED flash. The smaller P30 also sports a vertical camera array, though it has three lenses and the flash is situated right below the camera module, instead of to the side.
On the front side, both the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro flaunt thin bezels all around—with the exception of a slightly thicker chin—complemented by a tiny, waterdrop-style notch housing a single front-facing cam at the top. No traditional fingerprint sensors are to be seen in any of the leaked images, implying that they may be of the in-display variety, which comes as little surprise.
Another interesting detail to be gleaned from the latest Spigen case leak is the date shown on some of the images, which reads "MAR 28." Huawei yesterday confirmed that the P30 and P30 Pro will be unveiled in late March, which seems to be in line with the information coming from Spigen.