Huawei this year’s Mate flagship – going by the name of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro may come with one of the most highly appreciated features that the OnePlus 7 Pro came with : a 90Hz display.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is not the first ever phone to feature with a 90Hz display, nor does it have the highest refresh rate on a smartphone out there, however, the flagship phone has received many plaudits for the feature, with many claiming that it is one of the major selling points of the device. With the response in mind, it isn’t at all surprising to see that Huawei too wants to launch a phone with similar display capabilities. Though these are all still just rumors – so take it with a pinch of salt.
Other than this, concept renders of the Mate 20 Pro too have made their way online. The design of the device seems to be a hybrid of both the Galaxy S10 Plus and the Mate 20 Pro – along with some other modifications of course.
The display of the phone goes on to stretch right to the top, having a pill-shaped punch hole for the case of dual front-facing cameras. Though the cameras are found on the top left corner of the device’s display. As far as the rear goes, it comes with a rectangular camera model – courtesy of an additional sensor for the purposes of a quad-camera setup.
The device is shown in Red, coming with a semi-frosted back, along with Classic blue with gradient design, and finally, classic black. Take note again that these are just concept renders so the device may end up looking completely different to what we has been suggested.
It has been suggested that the Mate 30 Pro will come with the Kirin 985 processor, Barong 5000 5G modem, 5x optical zoom, and finally, 50x digital zoom. On the battery front, we expect a unit of 4200mAh, coming with the support for 55W SuperCharge.