A render has surfaced online showcasing the design of the upcoming Huawei P30 – and there’s a surprise feature on board: a 3.5mm headphone jack, something manufacturers have been rushing to scrap since Apple first did the deed back in 2016.
The handset looks near-identical to the Huawei P20, save from a number of minor cosmetic changes. There’s now a less intrusive waterdrop notch at the top, for example, and the frame itself seems a lot squarer than that of its predecessor.
But the biggest change of all is the omission of the Home button, and thus the front-facing fingerprint reader, which is also missing from the back of the device – hinting that it will come with an in-screen solution like the Huawei Mate 30.
Under the ever-so-shiny hood, the Huawei P30 is said to feature a 6-inch screen, the latest Kirin 980 CPU, at least 6GB of RAM and a tri-camera, made up of a 40MP telephoto lens, a 24MP monochrome lens and a 5MP zoom lens.