The first rumors about the specifications of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro came up last month, indicating an AMOLED display of 6.71 inches. Now new information appears in China indicating that this weave will have a refresh rate of 90Hz, just like the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Renderings show that the display will have curved edges on your screen, with a hole-shaped notch in the upper left corner that will house the set of two front cameras.
Already on the back, the Huawei smartphone will have a four-camera configuration and an LED flash located just below the V-shape. Rumors suggest that this system offers a 5x optical zoom combined with 50x digital zoom.
The images also suggest that Huawei’s new top of the line will come in at least three colors: blue, red and black, but you can not yet be sure about that information.
Inside, it is likely that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will have the Kirin 985 chip and Balong 5G modem. Rumors also feature a fingerprint reader on the screen and 4200 mAh battery, with fast charging support with 55W wire.
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Confirmations of the rumored rumors are due to close in October when the device is released, but new information should come up by revealing more details about the Mate 30 Pro. A question that remains is what the operating system that will equip the smartphone, since Google today will not support the devices of the Chinese manufacturer, which is working on its own OS, HongMengOS, counting on the partnership of Xiaomi and Oppo.