With the official announcement of Huawei’s new flagship family a few days away, a new leak by renowned leaker Evan Blass has just confirmed what color versions of the pair will be unveiled later this week.
With the distinctive and easily recognizable new design, the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will inherit exactly the same rear panel design, which includes the circular camera shape, the distinctive trim ring around the camera module and also the presence of the LED flash in combination with the Xenon flash.
Evan Blass has posted on his Twitter that the Mate 30 will be released in Space Silver, Cosmic Purple, Black, and Emerald Green, while the more premium model will also be launched with exactly these.
The difference between the back cover of the two models is virtually nil except for the change in a single photographic sensor: while the Mate 30 offers three large sensors and one that doesn’t stand out, all four Mate 30 Pro sensors are colorful and stand out inside. of the circular module.
This may indicate that Huawei should deploy three photosensors and one ToF 3D sensor for the Mate 30 while the Mate 30 Pro should offer four photo sensors for even greater versatility.
40 MP main camera and 7,680 fps recording
According to other leaks, the Mate 30 Pro camera suite is expected to result in surprising numbers for the smartphone industry so far. It has been said that Huawei should bet on at least one main 40 MP camera (while also extending the resolution to a second sensor), but now things go a little further.
It is said that the Mate 30 Pro will be able to make super slow-motion video recordings at 7,680 fps. For comparison, the most current smartphones can offer is 960 fps recording. If so, Huawei may be anticipating a trend in the coming years.
In addition, the Pro variant would come with the new Kirin 990 chipset, a 4,500 mAh battery offering support for 27W wireless fast charging and up to 40W wired fast charging. The device will run Android 10 with EMUI 10 interface, but Google services may not embed the device software.