Alleged Renders Of The Huawei Mate 30 Pro Surface On Weibo
Even though Huawei had to face a major setback after the US trade ban, it seems to be in no mood to slow down its spree of launching new devices. The company is set to launch its latest smartphone lineup, the Nova 5 on 21st of June. Besides, the alleged renders of the successor to its last year’s flagship grade Mate 20 Pro have also surfaced on Chinese social media website, Weibo. The upcoming device will be dubbed the Mate 30 Pro and the said renders reveal that its design will be a huge departure from the current gen smartphone.
Mate 30 Pro Renders
According to the alleged renders of the Mate 30 Pro, it will have an edge to edge display with an oval punch hole that houses dual selfie cameras. Similar to its predecessor, the display of the device tapers towards the side. The rear of the Mate 30 Pro is reminiscent of the Mate 20 Pro that has a glass back with a gradient design. Also, the current renders corroborate with past leaks which date back to the month of January.
The rear of the Mate 30 Pro houses the company branding and a quad camera setup which is arranged in a rectangular module that protrudes slightly from the surface. All in all, the design of the smartphone has an appealing look with a considerable upgrade over its predecessor. The source lags any specifications about the upcoming device, however, some assumptions about it can be made.
The Mate 30 Pro is expected to be kitted with the Kirin 985 SoC which might debut with the new handset. The chipset will be fabricated using a 7 nm process and will reportedly be manufactured by TSMC. The aforementioned foundry also manufactures Bionic chipsets for Apple iPhones. In terms of memory and storage, it is expected to be offered with upto 12 GB of RAM and upto 256 GB of ROM. The Mate 30 Pro will assumedly be powered with battery greater than 4,000 mAh along with support for 44 w charging. This fast charging is already present on the P30 Pro from Huawei. Most importantly, it is likely to run on the HongMeng OS which the company is expected to launch soon.
All in all, the alleged renders of the Mate 30 Pro look genuine. However, to verify their authenticity, we will have to wait for the company to officially release a statement. The device is expected to launch in the Q4 of 2019.