Renders of Huawei's upcoming P30 Mate Pro have surfaced online, and if we can trust that they're not just the figment of someone's imagination, then they reveal lots of tidbits about the company's upcoming flagship phone.
The renders appeared on Chinese website IT Home, and were spotted by TechRadar. Assuming they're based on legitimate info, Huawei has upped the number of rear cameras on the new handset from three to four, and they're still situated in a panel on the back.
Flipping it over, you'll find practically non-existent bezels, but rather than the notch that was present on the P20, the dual-lens front-facing camera in nestled into a hole-punch on the display instead.
As you can see from the renders, the phone will apparently be available in three colours; blue with a gradient rear, red with a semi frosted rear, and plain old black.
When it comes to the specs, the Mate 30 Pro is rumoured to feature a screen with a 90Hz refresh rate, while the camera will have a 5x optical zoom. But this is all unconfirmed so just enjoy the pretty pictures for now, until Huawei officially unveils something closer to the actual launch window, which will probably be later this year at a similar time to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro's reveal - which we reviewed and you can read all about here.
It may be that the company follows Google's lead and released official photos of its new phone now that renders are floating around out there.
Huawei is certainly learning from other people's mistakes - other people being Samsung. The company was set to launch its foldable Mate X this month, but after the Galaxy Fold disaster, a spokesperson told CNBC that the launch has been delayed to avoid a similar scenario.