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6 Reasons to Wait for the Huawei P30 & 4 Reasons Not to

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There are several great Android phones available right now or coming soon. You probably have your eye on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the OnePlus 6T, or even the upcoming Galaxy S10. That said, many of you might want to think about waiting for the Huawei P30 in early 2019.

Smartphones changed a lot in 2018, but some even bigger and exciting changes are coming this year. Screens are bigger than ever, bezels are tiny with cameras inside notches, and the competition is growing.

You have several great devices to choose from here in early 2019 as we await the next crop of powerful phones, and countless reasons to buy one right this moment. However, you’ll want to keep your eyes on all of the stunning phones coming in the next few months.

For starters, the Galaxy S10 launch is less than two months away, Apple iPhone 11 rumors are starting to swirl, and we’re already seeing reports of a Pixel 4 before the highly anticipated P30 release.

Huawei P30 Rumors (and P30 Pro)

As we all know, Huawei is already busy developing a few phones for 2019. Those, of course, are the P30 and P30 Pro, among others. And while these phones are probably still 3-4 months away from a release, we’re already starting to hear whispers and rumors.

First off, the recently released Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are stunning phones. Packing huge screens with a fingerprint scanner under the display, triple rear cameras and more. We’re expecting the Huawei P30 to offer more tech, more cameras, and smaller bezels. Basically, similar to the Mate 20, only better.

Countless leaks on Twitter and Weibo have already given us a good idea of what to expect from the P30 Pro. And that includes triple cameras on the regular model, with four rear cameras on the P30 Pro to battle Samsung’s Galaxy S10+. You can even see a video of it right here. There’s even chatter of a bigger 5G variant of the Pro.

Obviously, it’s still far too early to speculate and the Huawei P30 is in active development which means things can and probably will change before it arrives. Just know it’ll have a bigger screen and an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner.

Either way, early rumors point to some exciting changes, at least three cameras on the back of each, and an edge-to-edge display with smaller or no bezels. This year Huawei will finally get rid of the chin, too. Not to mention previous years give us an extremely good idea of what to expect for the P30 release date.

There are some very tempting phones available right now, and in this guide we’ll take you through the best reasons to wait for Huawei’s P30 series and why you shouldn’t wait and look elsewhere today.

Wait for a Better Huawei P30 and Pro

Wait for a Better Huawei P30 and Pro

Huawei continues to impress each and every year. In 2018 they overtook Apple as the #2 smartphone manufacturer on the planet, and this year they're aiming for Samsung. 

The only way they'll earn the top spot is if they continue what they're doing, which is release amazing phones that can compete on all levels. And as expected, the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will be its best phone yet, battle the Galaxy S10, and be worth the wait. 

The Mate 20 Pro is one of the most powerful smartphones we've ever seen from Huawei. The device offers excellent performance, outstanding battery life, a huge vibrant display, double the storage, and a trio of high-end camera paired with improved software and AI controls. 

Even with the huge notch and an in-display fingerprint scanner, the Mate 20 Pro is good enough for almost everyone. However, you might want to do what I'm doing, which is sticking around to see what's next. The Mate 20 Pro had a lot of technology that contradicts itself, and we're expecting that to go away next year. 

Expect Huawei to go all-in with the bezel-free design, hide the front cameras in the screen, remove the notch, and make the fingerprint scanner inside the screen better than ever. Both phones will be amazing. We'll get wireless charging too, which the P20 lacked. Oh, and these new renders show a 3.5mm headphone jack, so it's not going away quite yet. 

We don't have a full spec sheet yet, but you can expect the company to make significant upgrades that follow the path of Samsung, Apple, OnePlus and more while forging its own path at the same time. 

If you aren't thrilled with the P20 Pro or the Mate 20 design and notches, just know that something bigger and better is coming next year. 

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