Huawei’s upcoming flagship phone coming this year — the Mate 30 Pro renders have shown up on the web lately. In the meanwhile, the company appears to be unveiling its current flagship’s new variant as well. The new TENAA certification reveals that the flagship Huawei P30 Pro is said to be coming with a new storage variant, the TENNA certification suggests. Earlier, the Huawei P30 Pro has been launched in India in April, this year.
According to Gizmochina report, a new Huawei P30 Pro model has been spotted on the Chinese TENAA Certification, which revealed the forthcoming flagship model, the P30 Pro is said to be coming in two different storage variants additionally. Of which, one is said to be featuring a RAM of 6GB and another a larger variant with 12GB RAM.
These two models add to the current Huawei P30 to the line-up, which comprises of three device models featuring 8GB RAM but different — 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB onboard storage variants. While the 6GB RAM variant and 12GB RAM variant of the Huawei P30 Pro is said to be happening, it is still unclear on what other onboard storage variants do these spotted variants come in. Other than the RAM changes, the report suggests that there wouldn’t be any specifications changed internally, when it comes to hardware with the flagship P30 Pro variants.
There are some more speculations regarding the launch of these devices curated to China or elsewhere as well. Since these were spotted on China’s TENAA Telecom Authority, the China launch of these two Huawei P30 Pro models appears to imminent, for now. The global launch of these phones isn’t clear yet.
On the other hand, Huawei has been the news for quite a while now, due to the ban imposed by the US to stop using American Made hardware and software, which also included Google suspending the Android license to future Andriod devices, made by Huawei. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.