There is still some time before the arrival of Huawei Mate 30 Pro, but given the growing curiosity for the Mate range, the talking starts already months before the launch scheduled for autumn 2019. We already know that it will be equipped by the new Kirin 985, chipset always at 7 nm but with advanced features. We also know that it will support the new standard of 5G connectivity, possibly with a variant like the Mate 20 X.
But what we discovered today has nothing to do with chipset and connectivity, but rather with display and design. According to the new rumors, Huawei Mate 30 Pro will have larger dimensions than its predecessor. From 6.39″ it would go to 6.71″, always with OLED technology and a panel provided by the Chinese BOE. It shouldn’t even change the resolution, remaining Quad HD+ even if the aspect ratio could change slightly.
The rumors also speak of a curved display on all 4 sides, although we assume that the curve on the upper and lower sides is much less accentuated than the lateral one. As for the notch, It remains to be seen whether Huawei opts for punch-hole or notch-less or some other display design for Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro smartphones.
The battery should not change, always at 4200 mAh (albeit in the face of larger dimensions) but Huawei will adopt the new 55W SuperCharge, even more powerful than the already amazing Super VOOC of OPPO.
Finally, there is also a small hint of the presence of the quad camera, probably similar in configuration to that of P30 Pro but with an identical design to the Mate 20 Pro. In other words, a square-shaped camera setup will be available on the Mate 30 Pro that will include four camera sensors and an LED flash in the center.