Huawei Mate 30 Pro: the complete specs sheet has leaked

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

This Wednesday, September 11, 2019, the famous Chinese leaker Teme has posted online the complete specs sheet of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro on his Twitter account. The leak corroborates most of the previous leaks and rumors that have appeared in recent months.

Huawei Mate 30 Pro: Here is the complete datasheet

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The Mate 30 Pro would have a 6.6 or 6.8 inch AMOLED FHD + display. Not surprisingly, the smartphone runs the SoC Kirin 990 coupled with 8 GB of RAM. It is also expected that a variant climbs to 12 GB of RAM. The autonomy is entrusted to a large battery of 4500 mAh (against 4200 mAh for the Mate 20 Pro ) compatible with 40W fast charge. The leak evokes improved 3D facial recognition. The sensors would be able to measure the heart rate and the breathing of the users. The fingerprint reader under the AMOLED display would also be more efficient.

The Mate 30 stands out above all for its quadruple rear photosensor. According to Teme, the Chinese manufacturer has opted for a set up consisting of a main sensor of 40MP designed by Sony. It would be accompanied by a second 40MP sensor and a third 8MP telephoto module. Alongside a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor to improve the management of depth effects.

As a reminder, Huawei will present the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro on September 19 at a conference in Munich. Without an Android license, the brand will invite buyers to install Google apps manually, such as the Play Store. What do you think about the features of the upcoming flagship from Huawei?

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  1. Saintsammie
    September 11, 2019

    Great device. I use a Huawei nova 3i presently and I am awed by its performance, I just can imagine what the mate 30 is capable of doing. Huawei leading the pack.

  2. Jerry Suppan
    September 12, 2019

    I think Huawei Mate 30 Pro will be a fantastic device. Over 50% of my consideration for a smartphone purchase is based on the internal camera’s technology and performance. Having Leica lenses, and hopefully the 5x optical (maybe even 10x like Oppo?) optical zoom would pretty much eliminate any need for carrying around a main camera.

    As for U.S. and Android situation, I am not so concerned about it so long as one can still independently and individually and download the Play Store, Google Maps, Photos, Drive, etc., on one’s own. I owned Mate 10 in the past and brief Mate 20 Pro. I am surely looking forward to the Mate 30 Pro’s release. I will consider purchasing it if the camera is all that I want.

    These smartphone vendors need to start including at least basic video edit capabilities similar to how they include photo edit capability By basic, I mean the very basics for video edit like trim, split, join, crop, fade-in, fade-out, and titler. That would be enough