Huawei Mate 30 and 30 Pro case renders: round cameras and a mysterious button

The case makers are now among the best sources of leaks when it comes to smartphones. And today’s images are yet another proof. The protagonists are Huawei Mate 30 and 30 Pro, portrayed from every angle and with a wealth of details.

Let’s start with the first of the two. As you can see in the images below, Mate 30 will have a very crowded notch. Which corresponds to some previous leaks. The “face ID” is therefore increasingly likely. The image also seems to suggest a fingerprint reader below the display but considering that we are talking about a case maker, it should not have access to information of this type, so we tend not to consider it reliable.


On the back, we have a circular photographic body, with 3 cameras and the LED flash. However, the additional hole on the left is interesting. Here is another sensor, perhaps of the ToF type, but it could also be a simple laser autofocus sensor and a sort of grid that looks almost like a speaker, even if it’s hard to be sure. Speaking of speakers, there will also be one on the bottom, next to the Type-C port and the headphone jack. On the upper profile there are also two holes, probably for as many microphones, for better noise cancellation.

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Turning to Mate 30 Pro, similar considerations apply to the back of the smartphone. It must be said, however, that the apparent absence of a camera with telescopic zoom seems suspicious, but the fault may be that the case manufacturer has imagined the sensors in this way knowing the location but not the precise forms, because it’s irrelevant for the purposes of building a case.

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There are, however, two other noteworthy elements: the absence of a headphone jack and the presence of a side button, in addition to those for ignition and volume, which could be the shutter for the camera or a button for assistants/customizable.

The gradient colors of both models will no longer surprise anyone, but they are not necessarily the official ones anyway. And speaking of officiality, there is still no precise launch date for the two models, which perhaps is somehow conditioned by the events with the USA. In this regard, the extension granted to Huawei for the use of Android will expire next August 9, and the company’s developer conference will also be held on the same day. We, therefore, foresee new developments, which we will report promptly as always.

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