Huawei CEO for Consumer Business Group, Richard Yu (bottom left) unveils the P20 and P20 Pro in Paris on March 27, 2018 | Photo Courtesy : File Photo
Huawei CEO for Consumer Business Group, Richard Yu (bottom left) unveils the P20 and P20 Pro in Paris on March 27, 2018 | Photo Courtesy : File Photo.

Huawei’s Consumer Business Group CEO, Richard Yu — unintentionally confirmed that its upcoming Huawei P30 Pro will have a quad rear camera setup. This was after he shard a phone of a full moon taken with the Huawei P30 Pro and the watermark (seen bottom left) suggests that the phone will sport a quad camera setup.

The watermark on the photo sample taken with the Huawei P30 Pro - insufficiently blurred - suggests that the phone will sport a quad camera setup | Courtesy Photo/Photo Edited by PC Tech Magazine.
The watermark on the photo sample taken with the Huawei P30 Pro – insufficiently blurred – suggests that the phone will sport a quad camera setup | Courtesy Photo/Photo Edited by PC Tech Magazine.

Richard Yu took to Chinese microblogging website; Weibo to post the sample photo of a full moon — to celebrate the Lantern Festival in China. The sample photo as seen was taken using the Huawei P30 (P30 was intentionally blurred out) Pro as per its watermark in the bottom left corner. The watermark also suggest the LEICA QUAD CAMERA.

The photo also suggests that the handset will support lossless optical zoom, something that has been reported on several occasions in the past.

As per rumors, the rear camera will come at 40MP+20MP+13MP+5MP sensors.

Meanwhile, its sister phone, the Huawei P30 is said to come with triple rear camera setup, similar to that we saw on the Huawei P20 Pro that was launched in March last year.

To officially confirm this, Huawei will skip the MWC event in Barcelona, to launch the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro in an event that will be held in Paris, France on March 26th. Rumors speculated that the Chinese smartphone maker was unveiling the phones at MWC but dropped rumors in a pinned tweet confirm the launch of the phones.

Notably, Huawei secured a booth at the MWC and in their teasers for MWC seems to confirm it will unveil a foldable device that is rumored to be a 5G device.