Huawei Mate 30 Leaked With The Highest DxOMark Rating
Huawei is gearing up for the launch of its flagship smartphones after facing numerous complications because of the US Government. The entire ordeal had hampered the company but its operations have finally returned to normal to some extent. The Chinese company had unveiled its flagship Mate 20 series line up about a year ago. Hence, Huawei’s latest Mate 30 series should be right around the corner as another render of the device has leaked online.
The upcoming top-end smartphone has been previously seen carrying an entirely different design altogether. One had showcased a rectangular camera module at the back, similar to its predecessor, while another showcased a circular camera setup. According to the new leak, it can be seen that the circular rear camera design is being taken forward. The Huawei Mate 30 renders portray a standard modern handset design that features a unique circular quad camera module at the back.
It is unclear which camera sensors Huawei Mate 30 will employ; however, it can be gathered that a 5x optical zoom capable lens will be provided alongside the primary shooter. The renders also show a partnership with Leica for the design and production of the camera lenses. It is labelled as Leica Vario-Summilux-H 1:1.6-3.4/16-125mm ASPH. Notably, the leak has suggested that the upcoming smartphone has the highest DxOMark rating of 115. DxOMark is a company that have historically rated DSLRs and professional grade camera and has started to review smartphones as well. Top brands compete for the best scores with Huawei currently in the lead with the P30 Pro.
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Unfortunately, no official statement from the company has been issued. It means that either Huawei’s Mate 30 render could be a prototype design or concept like the previous leaks. Internal specifications and hardware are also unknown but will most likely sport top-notch specs with a great camera similar to its predecessor. More information will probably be available in the arriving weeks and updates will follow soon.