At the stroke of midnight, Huawei will unveil the P30 Pro smartphone - its sequel to the award-winning P20 range. Once again, the phone's main claim to fame is its camera, which is rumoured to be the best on the market by a considerable margin. If you're remotely interested in phone photography you wont want to miss this announcement. Fortunately, you can follow the live stream right here.
Tonight, Huawei is hosting a special event in Paris where the P30 range will be officially announced to the world. To watch the event from here in Australia, simply click on the YouTube embed above. The live stream should kick in at approximately 12am tonight! (There's a small chance Huawei may also show off its folding phone at the event, but the emphasis will be firmly on the P30.)
Naturally, we'll be bringing you all the info about the phone in a separate article, including Australian specs, price and release date. In the meantime, you can read up on the P30's predecessor - the Huawei P20 - here.
It's only taken a few days but the Samsung Fold's leadership in the folding phablet business is already under threat. The Huawei Mate X was unveiled at Mobile World Congress today and while it's slightly larger than its Korean competitor, most reports suggest that it's easier to grasp. And, unlike the Galaxy Fold, Huawei's approach gives you two external displays that open into 8-inches of viewing goodness.