Huawei CEO Richard Yu has confirmed the Huawei P30 smartphone is in development and it will arrive by next year.
The Chinese tech giant Huawei is preparing to launch the Pro version of P30 Smartphone over the coming year. Recently, a few details of the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro have surfaced online, which states that it will be carrying some of the notable features offered by Apple and Samsung in their devices.
In an interview with a group of journalists at IFA 2018 in Berlin, the CEO of Huawei Richard Yu confirmed that there will be a new Huawei P30 smartphone next year. While Huawei CEO Richard Yu did not disclosed to the media when the device will be lauched, he did mention that the unveiling will be made known to the public by next year. When Richard Yu, was asked about the company’s recent sales performance, in response, he said: “Mate 20 will be better than P20 Pro and next year the P30 will be more better”.
As well as dropping the P30 name, Yu also revealed that the upcoming Mate 20 will feature real time object recognition made possible by the firm’s new, recently announced Kirin 980 chipset. If it proves successful, it could well feature in the P30 come 2019 too.