Lovers of Huawei phones should be excited as the company has confirmed that there will be a P30 series. This series will be the successor to the P20 and P20 Pro series.
This confirmation came up in an interview with Huawei CEO, Richard Yu, at the IFA 2018 in Berlin. Yu confirmed that Huawei P30 is currently in development and should be expected to arrive as a flagship next year. He however did not explicitly state when exactly it will launch.
According to TechRadar, Yu reportedly signed the launch of the P30 lineup at the IFA 2018 trade show in Berlin. Not only did he confirm that there would be a launch, he also confirmed the name. when asked about Huawei’s recent sales performance, his response was “The Mate 20 will be even better [than the P20 Pro]…and the next year the P30 will be even better.”
In addition, Yu revealed a bit about the upcoming Mate 20. He said that the device will feature real time object recognition using the company’s new chipset, the Kirin 980. He said that this feature might also come with the P30 next year.
Huawei is currently doing well in the market, recently surpassing Apple to take the number 2 spot among smartphone manufacturers in the world. Huawei P20 and P20 Pro have been well received in the market. Within about five months, the company confirmed that it had sold over 10 million units of the devices worldwide. The triple camera setup on the P20 Pro probably contributed to its wide acceptance in the market.
Not only the P series have been doing well. Huawei also confirmed that more than 10 million units of the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro have been sold. Of course, the company will expect the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro to perform well when launched in October. Considering the successes so far, the P30 series may also perform excellently when launched next year.