So the Chinese giants Huawei have justrecently launched the P30 and P30 Pro flagship phones and the major company is all set to announce the Huawei Mate 30 series in the month of October. It is revealed that the upcoming Mate 30 Pro will be company’s most powerful flagship device till date. The phonewill be powered by a new chipset which will provide the much needed power to make the device a market leader in terms of power and efficiency. In addition, some leaks have surfaced online which give us some information on the upcoming Mate 30 Pro smartphone, regarding the features of the upcoming device.Multiple sources have told us that the Mate 30 Pro will be powered by the 7nm Kirin 985 chipset which is built as an EVC manufacturing processor. In order to support 5G connectivity, the SoC will also have aBalong 5000 5G modem. It is speculated that the Mate 30 Pro will be available in 5G and 4G only variants, as we look set to move in to the 5G connectivity era.
So the predecessor, Mate 20 Pro has a 6.39-inch OLED display but it is expected that the successor might arrive with a 6.71-inch OLED screen supplied by BOE. The display is also expected to be curved from all four sides, but its other details like screen resolution have not yet been revealed or leaked. Another thing which we are dying to know is whether the Chinese giants will opt for a punch-hole display or a notch-less display or maybe somethingelse entirely perhaps a new innovation, you never know people!!
The upcomingdevice is also expected to pack a quad camera setup at the back however, the configurations of the four lenses have not yet been revealed but we do know one thing for sure, that the Mate 30 Pro will pack a 3D ToF sensor. The design of the camera setup is expected tobe identical to that of the Mate 20 Pro. The phone will also have an immersive In-Display Fingerprint scanner for accessing the phone.
Furthermorethe new device might arrive with a 4,200mAh battery which if true seems to be a little disappointing considering the fact that the new phonewill be pretty large in terms of size, Huawei will however make things up if they can put in support for 55W SuperCharge technology which is also available on the Mate X foldable smartphone. The Mate 30 Pro will also carry support for 10W reverse wireless charging. There is no information on the pricing of the smartphone yet but we all expect a pretty hefty price.