Although it was earlier speculated that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will have a circular camera setup on the back, it has now emerged that the phone might retain the same square grid as its predecessor, the Mate 20 Pro, although the specifications will reportedly receive a considerable bump, so the arrangement will not matter much. What might matter though is the fact that the Mate 30 Pro’s display might be one of the most ‘stand out’ components in a smartphone, even though a rumor suggests that its resolution isn’t going to be the crispiest.
Mate 30 Pro Display to Comprise of a 1200p Resolution, and Upgraded Camera Sensors
According to an unconfirmed source from Max J, the Mate 30 Pro display will apparently have a 2600 x 1200 pixels resolution, which is much lower than that of the Mate 20 Pro, which has a 3120 x 1440 resolution. The display is also expected to have pronounced curves of about 90 degrees, something that was seen in a previous leak. Perhaps Huawei wants to reduce the resolution to optimize battery life considerably. Regardless, the leakster claims that you should treat this news with a hefty dose of skepticism, as it comes for an unverifiable source anyway.
Moving on, the Mate 30 Pro is expected to have a primary 40MP unit, a wide-angle 40MP sensor, an 8MP periscope-zoom lens, and a ToF sensor. An LED unit will most likely be placed in the middle of the camera array, with the Leica branding at the top. The driving force of all that hardware will most likely be the unannounced Kirin 985, with the Mate 30 Pro expected to feature at least 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory.
More information following. Take the info with a pinch of salt.
— Max J. (@Samsung_News_) July 27, 2019
It might run the Android Q update beneath the company’s EMUI 10 interface and a 4200mAh battery is expected to power the show. It will supposedly be possible to juice up the gigantic cell in no time thanks to the upcoming flagship’s 55W fast-charging support, with extras like reverse wireless charging. It is also worth mentioning that 5G connectivity support could be a feature of the Mate 30 Pro, but this particular variant could be sold in select markets.
The phone will likely be announced sometime in October, alongside the standard Mate 30, Mate 30 X, and Mate 30 RS Porsche Design. Till then, stay tuned for more information regarding Huawei’s next flagship and let us know in the comments if a heavily curved display is something you want to see on the Mate 30 Pro.
Source: Twitter (Max J.)
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