With the P30 slogan, “Rewrite the Rules of Photography”, emblazoned across the top of the Huawei Singapore campaign microsite, now taken down, the company appeared to be gearing up for their upcoming launch on the 26th of March in Paris.
Targetted at Singapore customers, the campaign microsite features a large product rendition clearly showing the rear of the P30 Pro, with the “Super Sensing Leica Quad-Camera” clearly visible and “10x Hybrid Zoom” indicated on the page.
The literature also indicated the availability of the Huawei P30 Series with “rosy dawn”, “mid-day sky” and “Aurora” colour schemes.
According to the short-lived microsite, the quad-camera set-up will consist of a “smarter” 40-megapixel main camera with Huawei SuperSpectrum Sensor, along with a periscope telephoto lens, a Leica Ultra Wide Angle Lens and Huawei TOF camera.
Focussing on photography, the site touted the “super high ISO” capability of the P30 devices, able to capture a “romatic candlelight dinner” or “fireflies dancing in the bushes”, even in video.
With the powerful telephoto capabilities of the Huawei P30 Pro, users are able to capture a “Dual-View Video” that in effect records information from two different cameras discretely and stitches them together as two adjacent squares .
The site also touted a P30 Series launch in Singapore, to be held at Vivocity on the 6th of April, with a roadshow-exclusive offer of the Huawei Watch GT Active Edition and JBL Clip 2 Bluetooth Speaker (worth SGD 467 combined) with the purchase of either the Huawei P30 or P30 Pro.
Though the price of the P30 series devices was not revealed in the inadvertent revelation by the company, the prices of its predecessors might be a hint. The P20 cost SGD 898, while the P20 Pro retailed at SGD 1,148 when they launched on 7th April last year.
However, there seems to be quite the markup, with the Mate 20 launched 27th October last year at SGD 998 and the Mate 20 Pro at SGD 1,348.