Huawei’s latest upcoming smartphone’s details are said to be out and guess what, it’s true, but to the fans outside of China it won’t matter much; because of Trump’s trade war with China. There’s no doubt about Mate 30 Pro (Huawei’s new smartphone) not being the only Android flagship launching this year, but taking in account of what Huawei did with the Mate 20 Pro last fall, it should quite be the expected one- assuming that one can but Huawei phones in stores and assuming that the Mate 30 Pro will ship with Google’s version of Android.
Mate Pro 30 has been reported to be interesting for it’d have advantages over Samsung’s best phones, including more curved display design, 3D face recognition support and an improvement in the quad-lens rear camera. Mate 30 Lite is said to feature a hole-punch design which is similar to what Samsung and Huawei did with some of their phones before. The selfie camera is located on the top of the left corners, and the phone also features a quad-lens camera on the back placed centrally, inside a square camera module. The fingerprint sensor, however, is placed on the back of the phone.
It is said that Mate 30 would look much like Mate 30 pro and is said to come with a 5g Kirin 990 chip inside of it. Mate 30 Pro, on the other hand, is said to come with a circular camera at the back, having four sensors out of which two would be of 40-megapixel lenses, as per the latest reports. The eye-catching feature of the phone will be the waterfall display that features an extreme level of curvatures on both the edges, unlike what’s available on the Galaxy Note 10 or S10.