The Huawei P30 Pro could wear two new colors: Mistyc Lavender and Mystic Blue, which would be like a light purple and a turquoise blue. This is confirmed by several Asian online stores where they appear listed, although at the moment no image of the terminal has been filtered in the new colors. What we find interesting This is how they match the new renders for the Huawei Mate 30. It is not very clear then if they will be exclusive to this model or will end up being available also for the P30 Pro.
Currently, the Huawei P30 Pro can be purchased in four different shades: Nacre, Aurora, Black or Orange. All except the latter offer 128 and 256 GB of storage. The P30 Pro in orange is only available with 128 GB. If this information becomes true, the most prominent member of the P30 family would find the two most exclusive colors expected in the next mobile star of the Asian, the Mate 30.
Otherwise, the device would continue to have the same design as always: protagonist panel with almost no frames and with a water drop shaped notch. The rear part would be built in glass, with space for a triple main sensor located vertically in the upper left. The clean and minimalist look of the terminal would allow these two new colors to stand out from the rest. According to sources, Huawei would take advantage of the IFA in Berlin, which starts in a few days, to publicize the P30 Pro in the new colors, while also doing the same with the Mate 30.
In any case, all eyes are on this team. From what we know so far thanks to the rumors, the Huawei Mate 30 would have a panel of 6.5 inches and resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels. At the performance level, everything indicates that it would house a Kirin 985 processor, accompanied by 6 or 8 GB of RAM and storage of up to 512 GB. The device would equip a battery that could exceed 4,000 mAh and would have a fast charge.
We will be very aware of Huawei in the IFA to give you all the official information. The Berlin fair starts next Friday, September 6, so there are very few days left before it starts.
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