Huawei's website seems to leak the P30 Pro ahead of launch event

The P30 Pro might've appeared early on Huawei's own site.

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This is reportedly the Huawei P30 Pro, as seen on Archive.org's instance of Huawei's website earlier this week.

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Huawei's P30 series of phones appears to have peeked out of the phone maker's website a little early.

A page of Huawei's site that was spotted by Evan Blass earlier this week (h/t Engadget) seems to have revealed Huawei's P30 series of phones ahead of the company's planned announcement event. The Huawei P30's official reveal is currently set for Tuesday at 6 a.m. PT in Paris.

Though the link Blass tweeted goes to a dead page as of Saturday, Archive.org has a version of the site from Thursday that has photos of a phone with four cameras (possibly the P30 Pro) and lists several photography features, like a 40-megapixel camera, a 10x hybrid zoom for the P30 Pro, low-light video recording and a Dual-View video feature.

Huawei didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on the discovered website page.

Huawei's phone event comes during a particularly exciting month in mobile. Apple is expected to reveal a streaming service the day before Huawei's shindig, and Samsung released the Galaxy S10 series of phones earlier in April. The P30 series of phones also is coming one month after Huawei debuted its foldable Mate X phone.

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