Huawei has been in turmoil recently, with the ban by the U.S. government along with abandonment from the Google Play Store and Facebook. Despite the lash back, the Chinese giant is all set to launch Mate 30 Pro in the month of October this year.
According to the online sources, Mate 30 Pro is going to be equipped with Kirin 985 processor and a Barong 5000 5G baseband chip. The camera specifications state that the handset will feature a dual front camera and it will support face recognition as well. The rear camera will be equipped with a four-camera matrix camera module with an addition of an extra sensor for a quad-camera setup, similar to Mate 20. The cameras are located on the top left corner of the rear display. The definitive parameters of the lens are not yet specified. The handset will come with a pill-shaped punch hole for dual front-facing cameras. However, the camera will support 50 digital zooms and 5x optical zoom.
Concept Renders of Huawei Mate 30 Pro surface online
Mate 30 Pro is powered by an enhanced battery of 4200 mAh along with a 55W Huawei SuperCharge function, charging the battery in no time. The device is displayed in three colors, viz., Red with a semi-frosted back, Classic Blue with gradient design, and a classic black. It is to be duly noted that these are simply concept renders and the actual handset might be totally different.
Speaking about the features of Huawei Mate 30 Pro, it might derive one of the features from the newly released OnePlus 7 Pro. The Mate 30 Pro shall engulf the 90Hz AMOLED display with the highest refresh rate. This is not a new feature; however, it has been popularized because of the OnePlus phones. Huawei also wants to introduce this cut-edge technology to its phone, though nothing has been confirmed yet. Mate 30 Pro is assumed to be a mixture between the Mate 20 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ followed by a few modifications.