In fact, Huawei's patent might have taken some inspiration from the odd Meizu PRO 7 from 2017.
Huawei P30 shows off zooming prowess with concert and wedding pictures
The smartphone carries the model number VOG-L29 which belongs to the Huawei P30 Pro. The camera should help Huawei deliver better zoom functionality, a feature the company teased previously. This has happened for the second time as the company was found using images that are not clicked by Huawei Mate 20 Pro, to showcase the selfie feature of the handset a year ago.More news: Thiem into Indian Wells semis as injured Monfils withdraws
According to a new report from The Verge, new marketing material for Huawei's upcoming P30 Pro smartphone has been caught trying to pass stock images as photos taken by the product's camera. Ahead of the big event, a few key specs of the P30 and P30 Pro have been leaked online, courtesy of two Asian certification agencies. Most likely when Huawei's P30 line launches, the above smartphones will be deposed. The Huawei P30, on the other hand, is set to be sold in just one configuration which boasts 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM.More news: Johnson & Johnson to pay $42m in baby powder cancer payout
A recently published design patent shows that Huawei is considering developing a mobile phone with a zoom camera. All nine ads hyped up the P30's camera by featuring individual images presumably taken by the phone and it's powerful "periscope zoom" camera. To the left of the three cameras is a flash and a laser autofocus system.
The company says the new update will make Huawei Mate 20 Pro have ViLTE (Video-over-LTE) native support and the device owners will no longer exclusively depend on a third-party app for video chatting with friends and family.More news: Fact-checking Trump's tweets on Lisa Page testimony
The last time this happened was in August, when Huawei used DSLR-shot photos for a Huawei Nova 3 commercial.