Image: Evan Blass
Back in February is was revealed that the Huawei P30 Pro wouldn't be launching at Mobile World Congress.
Instead, the Chinese phone giant would be having its on standalone event in Paris, and it's finally only a few days away.
Thanks to a bunch of leaks over the past couple of months we have a good idea of what we could be in for.
The most notable over the past few days has come from the Huawei Singapore site, which leaked a tonne of details by accident.
The leak was first caught by renowned leak Evan Blass on Twitter.
It's like, why bother even having a launch? https://t.co/RGcRTDY4wT
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 21, 2019
He has also shared some renders.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 20, 2019
Even though the page has now been removed, it was up long enough to be cached by Google's Wayback Machine.
The biggest reveals were the P30 Pro's four rear cameras with 10x hybrid zoom.
According to the website there will be a 40MP main camera, along with a periscope telephoto lens, an ultra wide angle lens and a Huawei Time of Flight camera.
Dual View Video was also highlighted as a feature that will be coming to the phone at a later date. Although the details were light, it seems to imply that you will be able to use two of the rear cameras to watch something from two different perspectives.
The leak also revealed the existence of the rumoured Huawei Watch GT Active.
Amazon Italy also managed to accidentally leak details about the P30 Pro, which was spotted by Android Police.
Details included Huawei' Kirin 980 processor, an 8GB RAM/128GB storage option and a €1,024 price point.
Fortunately, we don't have to wait too much longer until everything is revealed for real.
The Huawei P30 Pro stream will be kicking off at midnight AEDT on March 27. We'll be live on the ground in Paris, so keep your eyes on the site for all the news.
The author travelled to the P30 Pro Launch in Paris as a guest of Huawei.