We are just a few days away from seeing the launch of new high-end handsets from Chinese Huawei, currently the world’s second-largest smartphone maker. They are the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, which have leaked on several occasions.
Now, the Pro model gives faces once again in 360-degree renderings and has some details revealed by leaker Steve H. McFly, known as @OnLeaks on Twitter.
According to the leak, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will hit the market with a large 6.6-inch screen, which has the differential of having curved side edges and quite narrow ones.
In addition, we see a relatively wider and also squarer than normal notch, which will probably be used for 3D face unlocking, as we see on newer iPhones and we’ll see on Pixel 4.
Another interesting aspect of the look of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, which should measure 158.1 x 73.6 x 8.7 mm, is the format of the rear camera, which really should be circular. Here we will find four rear cameras, each with its own functionality.
The main sensor should be 40 megapixels with variable aperture f / 1.4 and f / 1.6, while the secondary sensor should be 40 megapixels with a 120-degree ultra-wide-angle lens.
The third sensor is an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 5x zoom, and a fourth unknown sensor, which is probably a Time-of-Flight (ToF). The phone when it has the thickness measured to the bulge of the cameras measures 9.7 mm.
Finally, it is speculated that we will have a 4500 mAh battery, fast charging via 55 Watt Type-C USB and wireless up to 25 Watt. To bring this to life, a Kirin 990 processor must be present.
One point that is noteworthy is that in addition to the absence of the 3.5mm P2 port for headphones, it should not have the physical volume buttons, only the power.
Anyway, we can only wait a few days to finally get to know the new handsets, as Huawei has set aside the 19th of this month to reveal the pair.