The Huawei Mate 30 Pro will equip a display that will be enabled with a 90Hz refresh rate, similar to the one on the OnePlus 7 Pro. The full-screen display that has the front cameras inside a pill-shaped hole-punch form, positioned on the top left corner while the phone's back has four cameras with 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom.
Earlier last month, we heard the first rumour about Huawei’s upcoming Mate 30 series smartphones which was then touted to come with a 6.71-inch OLED display, Kirin 985 processor and 55W SuperCharge technology. And now we have fresh information about Huawei’s next-generation flagship phone.
According to website ITHome, the Pro variant of the Huawei Mate 30 will equip a display that will come with a 90Hz refresh rate, similar to the one on the OnePlus 7 Pro. Following the report, a concept video has also been posted revealing the phone from various angles. Based on physical, the Mate 30 Pro is now expected to come with a full-screen display that has the front cameras inside a pill-shaped hole-punch form which is positioned on the top left corner of the 90Hz screen.
A look at the back of the phone shows an elongated camera module, expanding from last year’s square-shaped unit on the Mate 20 Pro. There are four cameras available for primary imaging placed in ‘V’ shape. This camera system is said to support 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom.
The Mate 30 Pro is expected to come in Black, Classic Blue, Classic Red, Gold White, Red, Blue and Chrome White colour variants.
Previous leaks suggest that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will arrive with Balong 5000 5G modem coupled with a Kirin 985 SoC. The phone will come with an in-display fingerprint scanner, a 4,200mAh battery and 55W fast wired charging support.
Huawei is also developing EMUI 10 based on Android Q which is expected to come to the Mate 30 series firsthand. The company is also working on a Sailfish-based Aurora OS as well as HongMeng OS as alternatives to Android. The consequence of losing the Android license has also pushed the Chinese company to look for replacements to the Play Store. While Huawei is in talks with Portugal-based Aptoide App Store, it’s also approaching app developers to create apps for its own app store - AppGallery.
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