Huawei Mate 30 Pro Specs Leaked Showcasing Kirin 985 SoC And Quad-Lens Setup
After Huawei’s P30 Pro received rave reviews worldwide for its optical system, the Chinese company is all set to release its next flagship smartphone in the market. Succeeding the Mate 20 Pro, the Mate 30 Pro will probably be unveiled in the month of October, 2019. As per recent reports, foreign media has exposed some major specifications of the upcoming flagship device.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro
Industry sources reveal that the Mate 30 Pro will feature a large BOE-manufactured 6.71 inch display with a 4-curve design. The fingerprint scanner will be embedded inside the display, similar to the Mate 20 Pro. Not divulging any more details regarding the screen, reports claim that the Mate 30 Pro will run on the 7nm Kirin 985 chipset, which includes the Baron 500 chip, indicating that the Mate 30 Pro will have a 5G variant as well.
In terms of optics, reports state that the upcoming flagship will have a quad-lens design on the rear panel, which will interestingly resemble the Mate 20 Pro’s triple camera setup. The in-depth details of the camera sensors is unknown, but the module will be equipped with a ToF sensor. Instead of the persicope camera lens (featured in the P30 Pro), the Mate 30 Pro will feature a rectangular-design camera setup, as per sources. Furthermore, the LED flash will be placed at the centre of the module. The details of the selfie camera, unfortunately, are unknown as of now.
The battery capacity will be similar to the Mate 20 Pro i.e. 4,200 mAh, but the Mate 30 Pro is expected to feature 55W Super Fast Charging from Huawei. Additionally, reports also claim that the device will retain the reverse wireless charging feature, but the power output will be bumped to 10W from the previous 5W charging. More features may be revealed in the course of time, but as of now, the company has not confirmed such a device yet, so the exact launch date and price is unknown.