The Huawei P30 Pro has two weeks left before the official announcement, but shortly after its appearance yesterday at Geekbench, the phone was compared to AnTuTu, confirming some of the specifications and chipset performance mentioned earlier.

The phone with the VOG-L29 model number reached 286,152, slightly more than the official Huawei Mate 20 benchmarks last fall.

The chipset Kirin 980 and the memory of 8/256 GB are not new, but remain a very strong combination. The list also showed that the Huawei P30 Pro would have Full HD + resolution and a high ratio, which was also expected. The ad will likely contain a fingerprint scanner, so we can rely on earlier press results.

Unlike Geekbench, where only the processor is important, the AntuTu phone can reveal its raw performance in four key elements: memory, UX, processor and graphics processor. Usually, the Chinese reference provides a breakdown of the categories. Here, however, only the overall result without improving the performance mode can be seen.

Huawei will present the P30 series on March 26 in Paris, France. That’s why we know better if the new flagship product can outperform the Mate series.

Source (in Chinese) | Via