Huawei P30 Pro could give Android fans a very tough choice to make

Huawei P30 Pro is expected to make a number of substantial improvements over its predecessor, the Huawei P20 Pro.

That is because alleged images of the hardware that have surfaced online have displayed the handset with four cameras on its rear and an all-screen design.

A recent leak from MySmartPrice claimed the P30 Pro will come with a 40-megapixel main sensor on its rear that will be accompanied by a 16-megapixel wide-angle system and an 8-megapixel lens designed to provide improved zoom capabilities.

Moreover, the fourth sensor was also said to be a time-of-flight (TOF) lens that could be used for 3D scanning.

P30 Pro’s display was tipped to be 6.47-inches in size and offer a 1080p resolution.

If true, such a panel would be substantially larger than that offered by the P20 Pro.

For reference, the P20 Pro had a 6.1-inch screen.

P30 Pro had been rumoured to arrive in a multitude of different colours, but it appears new alleged images of the product may have revealed each finish.

Notable leaker Evan Blass recently took to Twitter and showed off what is seemingly marketing materials for the hardware.

Huawei’s handset was showcased in a traditional black colour and three other gradient finishes.

The most notable oozed tones of red and orange and is easily the most striking of the bunch.

P30 Pro was also displayed in what appeared to be Huawei’s signature Twilight finish that flaunted shades of purple and blue.

Finally, the forthcoming flagship was also showcased in another colour MySmartPrice has claimed will be called Aurora.

This particular variant featured gradients of blue, purple and green.

While the Twilight-looking colour will certainly be familiar with Huawei fans, the other two certainly provide a fresh aesthetic.

The three gradient tones will surely give Android enthusiasts that want the device a tough choice to make.

While the new leak presented by Evan Blass appears to provide an incredibly detailed look at the P30 Pro, it is worth noting the accuracy of the images showcased has not been discussed by Huawei.

Instead, it is expected the firm will wait until Tuesday, March 26, to talk about everything the P30 Pro will bring to the table. is attending proceedings and will be bringing you all the announcements as they happen.