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Just 24 hours after the Huawei P30 Pro leaked out alongside its smaller sibling in a set of official press renders, the upcoming flagship smartphone has been pictured yet again, although this time in a set of hands-on photos.
A Whopping Four Rear Cameras

Coinciding with the design shown off yesterday, the Huawei P30 Pro features a glass construction and a rather large camera setup situated in the top-left corner.
From the look of things, the primary sensor will be the one situated towards the very top. Details about this camera are scarce at the moment but a previous rumor did suggest a 38-megapixel resolution was on the cards thanks to a new Sony sensor.

Directly below this is expected to be an updated wide-angle camera. Once again resolution is a mystery but Huawei previously used a 20-megapixel sensor on the Mate 20 Pro, so itís possible this same sensor will make a return.

In terms of what can be expected from the third camera, previously Huawei has opted for a telephoto lens. But if this new sensorís square shape is anything to go by, it seems as though some pretty massive improvements have been made.

Rather than using a traditional telephoto lens, the third camera appears to adopt a periscope-like setup. If this is indeed the case, users should expect support for up to 10x lossless zoom, a drastic improvement over the 5x lossless zoom currently possible with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

As visible in the images, accompanying the camera setup is a smaller array of components positioned to the right. This appears to include a dual-tone, dual-LED flash, a laser autofocus system, and a new Time-of-Flight camera which should capture depth information in real-time, thus improving bokeh imagery.