Even though Huawei has been caught in the middle of a trade war between the US and China, that has not stopped the company from planning new devices for release. That is what we have seen in the way of their intended production and release of the Mate 30 Pro flagship, and they are not slowing down on the road to launch here.
According to reports from TENAA, there might be a new version of the P30 Pro in the works, and this one comes with impressive specs too. The first variant is supposed to go on sale in China, but it seems the second one will be the version to sell for international markets.
For now, the unit has been made available in China with a solid 8GB of RAM and optional storage spaces from 128GB and 256GB all the way to 512GB. The fresh TENAA listing shows a model that will carry a smaller 6GB RAM, while there will be yet another with as much as 12GB RAM on it.
For those who are not looking to splurge much on a phone, it seems the standard Huawei P30 will also get new introductions in its series. If all goes as planned, there should be versions with the same RAM specs as its bigger brother.
Besides the changes in the internal storage and RAM configurations, every other thing looks the same with the other models.