The Huawei Mate 30 Pro smartphone may surprise future buyers even more, as a recently released rendering shows the product with 100% uptime, giving even more visibility to the images displayed on the display.
The image shows a look known as a waterfall, making the content displayed on the display appear to be beyond the boundaries of the screen as the side edges are nonexistent. The 100% proportion range has not been reached because the notch for the front camera and sensors has not been removed.
Obviously it is too early to consider this as the final version of Huawei’s top-of-the-line design, but it is noticeable that this look is being quoted by the smartphone maker for this product that could hit the mobile market this September.
Remember that the phone will come with the latest smartphone, where Huawei can deploy the Kirin 990 chipset to power the future flagship of the Chinese company, along with 4 cameras at the rear and 3 at the front.
It is also important to note that this device will have Android 10 and EMUI interface, but Google applications will not be available for the product because of prohibitions imposed by the US government, which may make the device become a version more limited than its predecessors.
The Mate 30 line is expected to be announced at IFA 2019, so keep an eye out here on the TudoCelular website to keep track of Huawei’s upcoming flagships.