Leaks are an interesting beast. They're really just pictures that are tweeted out or shared to a site, often with little context provided.

Enter Exhibit A: A new photo of what appears to be the yet-to-be-unveiled Huawei P30 Pro has surfaced. It's been shared by SlashLeaks. There's no other details to go on, except that the photo is a "hands on in Vietnam". A quick search on Twitter of this same phrase brings up several more photos of the same device, all appearing to come from the same unknown source. Are these images reliable? They certainly look legit.

After all, that's an actual phone shown in the hands-on images, and it's identical to leaked renders of the incoming P30 Pro. Just yesterday, we saw leaked renders of the phone and its sibling. In one of the renders, we could see that the P30 Pro seems to have a teardrop notch and quad camera array. We can therefore assume these newer hands-on images are the real deal, since they look the same, but, of course, we can't confirm.

Huawei’s flagship phones are expected to be announced next month, however, so we should know more soon. For more about what Huawei's next flagship phones might feature, see our round-up of leaks here.

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