Huawei to launch Mate 30 on September 19 without Android OS

Huawei to launch Mate 30 on September 19 without Android OS

Huawei to launch Mate 30 on September 19 without Android OS

It was said the flagship series due in the second half of the year would come with a penta-camera setup. On the front part of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro three cameras are set within the notch.

While smartphone enthusiasts eagerly await new hardware improvements in the upcoming Mate 30 Pro, the future of the device rests in the hand of a frivolous trade ban.

Also, there is no confirmation on whether it is equipped with an in-screen fingerprint scanner. However, Mate 30 will be a less attractive option without the official Android OS and apps by Google in Europe and other principal markets. The two regularly collaborates to come up with concept images of upcoming smartphones.

Fashionable cellular tipster, OnLeaks, in collaboration with PriceBaba created a 360-degree overview of Huawei Mate 30 Professional and provided 5K renders to provide a more in-depth take a look at what to anticipate from the upcoming flagship. The round camera module is definitely present with a quad-camera setup. There's a dual-LED flash, a sensor and Leica branding on the top left, away from the circular module.

The sources note that the device measures in at 158.1 x 73.6 x 8.7mm, making it slightly taller, wider, and thicker than the Mate 20 Pro. However, it is speculated that it could be sporting a 6.6-inch display. However Huawei is justifying the presence of the notch by integrating a very powerful sensors, together with three cameras.

There are no volume buttons on the device and the power key can be seen on the right edge. The primary camera will have 40-megapixel sensor with a variable aperture of f/1.4-f/1.6 and RYYB pixel layout. There could be a touch-sensitive area above the power button for controlling the volume. Based on the renders, there will be an IR blaster on the top, at least. The phone doesn't have a headphone jack, featuring only a USB-C port on the bottom, where the SIM tray is also located. The phone will be powered by a 4500mAh battery with 55W wired charging and 25W fast wireless charging. According to the Chinese smartphone maker's announcement, the Mate 30 series will launch just in time to try and give the iPhone 11 a run for its money.

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