More 'leaked' renders of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro have appeared, and it looks markedly different to the image we saw last month.
The June renders sported a design similar to the Mate 20 Pro, extending the square camera array into a rectangle to accommodate an additional lens for four rear cameras, compared to the Mate 20 Pro's three lenses.
The new renders feature a far snazzier setup, with three lenses and the flash mounted on the edge of a circular panel, with a fourth lens in the centre. Both images included Leica branding for the cameras. Aside from the 5x optical zoom on the image, that's about all there is to see on the render.
Last month's renders also purported to show off the three available colours for the Mate 30 Pro, which included blue with a gradient rear, red with a semi-frosted rear, and plain old black. The device in this image isn't in any of those colours, but it is just a render and the design is so drastically different to the first one, that it's probably best to take everything we've seen and heard so far about Huawei's upcoming smartphone with a bucket of salt.
We're expecting to get official titbits on the phone later this year, but until then, you can keep up with the all of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro leaks and rumours so far right here. [Pocket-Lint]
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