Huawei just announced their P30 series release date on March 26 2019
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The Huawei P30 will be released, and it will be available in 2019. The CEO of the Chinese group, Richard Yu, has confirmed himself at the IFA 2018 Berlin, adding that it will be even better than the Mate 20 to come. The latter will also be entitled to a real-time object recognition feature enabled by the new Kirin 980 SoC.
The Huawei P30 will succeed the P20 in 2019. One could suspect because of the success of the latter, the Huawei P20 has passed 6 million copies in 3 months, but the information was officially confirmed by Richard Yu, the CEO of the Chinese group.
Huawei P30: release in 2019 confirmed
As reported by TechRadar, he mentioned the smartphone under this name during a question-and-answer session with several media at IFA 2018. “The Mate 20 will be even better than the P20 Pro […] and the next year the P30 will be even better, said Huawei boss.
Richard Yu also took the opportunity to talk about a feature of the upcoming Mate 20. Thanks to the new SoC Kirin 980 presented at IFA 2018, he will be entitled to the recognition of objects in real time. It should very likely also appear on the P30, unless it is a big failure on the Mate 20.
The Huawei Mate 20 will be officially launched on October 16, 2018 at an event in London. Knowing the builder’s habits, he should be available in the wake or very soon after.
The Huawei P30 is not expected before the MWC 2019 in Barcelona at the end of February. But it could be a little longer and come out at about the same time as the P20 this year (presentation late March, marketing early April).