Huawei Mate 20 Pro debuted back in October and was notable for its vast array of flagship features it brought to the table.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro comes with a gorgeous 6.39-inch OLED display that has the resolution of 1440×3120 and a density of 538-pixels-per-inch.
Moreover, the handset also comes with a massive 4,200mAh battery that easily delivers all-day life for Android fans.
Mate 20 Pro’s headline feature is by far its triple-camera array that is one of the most diverse around.
The Chinese flagship comes with a 40-megapixel main sensor that is accompanied by a 20-megapixel wide-angle module and an 8-megapixel telephoto system.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro also has a number of other great features that include a fast processor, an in-display fingerprint reader and the ability to wirelessly charge other devices that are placed on its rear.
Since its debut, the Mate 20 Pro has tumbled in price by around £100, meaning it can now be purchased from a number of UK retailers for £799.
While the handset’s price and feature set will surely be incredibly tantalising for Android fans looking to upgrade their smartphone, purchasing one ahead of Huawei’s scheduled hardware event on Tuesday, March 26, could be a bad idea.
That is because the Chinese OEM will unveil its P30 Pro handset at the exhibition in Paris that has been rumoured to boast a number of substantial features.
MySmartPrice recently posted claimed images of the forthcoming Huawei handset that was displayed with four cameras on its rear.
The outlet claimed the device will have a similar main and wide-angle lens to the Mate 20 Pro but will bolster its photography offering with an 8-megapixel sensor that harnesses a periscope-style system to deliver improved zooming.
In particular it was iterated the P30 Pro could be capable of delivering a 10-times hybrid zoom.
Finally, the P30 Pro was also tipped to include a time-of-flight (TOF) sensor that could be used to improve photography and provide 3D scanning functionality.
On its front the forthcoming Huawei product was displayed with an all-screen design and a small notch at its top.
MySmartPrice stated the panel will offer a resolution of 1080p which would be lower than the 1440p present on the Mate 20 Pro.
As expected, the P30 Pro was claimed to be powered by Huawei’s Kirin 980 processor that is also housed inside the Mate 20 Pro.
The fast processor was said to be accompanied by 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage.
No details of pricing for the P30 Pro were mentioned, however it is expected the device will come at a premium similar to the P20 Pro when it launched last year.
The rumoured specs and features for the P30 Pro mean those tempted to purchase a Mate 20 Pro should probably wait until Huawei’s scheduled hardware event on Tuesday before doing so, at least if they want the latest and greatest the firm has to offer.
This is especially the case for those concerned with smartphone photography.
Express.co.uk is attending Huawei’s showcase in Paris on March 26 and will be bringing you all the latest announcements as they happen.