Huawei Leaks the P30 Itself

By Holly Brockwell on at

Well, this is embarrassing.

After having its upcoming P30 leaked several times in different guises, then leaking the preorder info itself on the French and Dutch sites, Huawei has completed the circle by leaking all the details of the phone on its Singaporean website.

While the leak was presumably accidental and the page has been taken down, it was all over for any secrets the P30 launch might have held by the time renowned leaker Evan Blass noticed.

The page was also up long enough for the Wayback Machine to cache it, meaning it's still accessible for anyone who wants a shufty at what the phone will offer.

First, the page confirms the phone will have four rear cameras and the rumoured 10x hybrid zoom:

Then it confirms the existence of the Huawei Watch GT Active, which apparently comes free:

And if that wasn't enough, the page then goes on to detail all the most interesting features of the P30 and P30 Pro:

"TOF" means "time of flight," a type of camera that's useful for things like gesture recognition, 3D sensing and measurement. What Huawei intends to use it for remains to be seen, but it'll likely be something cool.

Also cool is the Dual-View Video feature that will apparently arrive later on the phone by an over-the-air update:

The video feature sounds like it'll let you use two of the phone's cameras independently, meaning you can capture a scene and use the zoom lens to get close-up detail at the same time.

The leak means we now know for certain that some previous leaks were bobbins, specifically these cases and this alleged P30 Pro.

If there's anything left to reveal of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro, we'll find out on Tuesday when it launches in Paris. [The Verge]