Huawei new upcoming Mate series will most probably be called the Mate 30 Pro. What Huawei has mostly bragged with their new smartphones are the daring steps to innovate and implement, a step that both Apple and Samsung many deemed to be taken way too carefully. Given their giant target market who are not afraid to sound their criticisms, Apple and Samsung have too many to lose, but too little has been done.
Previously, people were teased in possibly insider leaks of Mate 30 Pro mockup design that features a cut-out front camera design similar to that of Samsung’s. Its rear part which will most probably feature four cameras has a rather unusual design to accommodate all these lenses. Sure, more lenses are great, but there will be criticisms over the weird way Huawei decided to design it.
A new leak was released which might as well point out to the end design of the Mate 30 Pro. But then, this new leak shows that Huawei won’t be using the same cut-out look on Samsung, but a small portion of bezel on the top for the front speaker and front camera.
The biggest move up that Huawei will take is to feature the 6.71 inches fullscreen V2.0 with beautiful curved Super AMOLED screen. Samsung has long been hinting on the arrival but canceled to do this with their Samsung Galaxy S11. Several people complained about random accidental touches and uncomfortable video watching experience. But others loved the functionality it brings and immersive screen in whatever content they are enjoying.
But hey, that’s just the look, because what you get in exchange for a slightly hideous large camera section on the back is a new ‘Cine-lens’ and ‘Camera Matrix’ which Huawei has applied trademarks for on July 17 to European Union Intellectual Property Office. These lenses will capture incredible videos of superb quality which will also be the reason that Huawei Mate 30 Pro will get much pricier than before.
There is also a high possibility that it’ll brag the newest Kirin 990 in its Mate 30 Pro since it’ll be the top chipset available in the market. It’s quite the incremental improvement to Kirin 980, but since Huawei is not likely to release a new flagship with the same chipset as its predecessor, this assumption is highly accurate.
With all the Google- Huawei breakup fiasco, it’s also possible that Huawei Mate 30 Pro will be the debut of HongMeng OS. While the OS has been ready for some time, it was prepared for a launch soon according to reports previously.
As for price, Huawei Mate 20 Pro was released at about £899 or about $1,150 range. A new, better flagship will probably let this new smartphone to hit £999 or more. It’s very likely for the price to hike up quite a bit since it will feature modified trademarked Cine-lens which makes it a quad-camera smartphone, better chipset and the all-new V2.0 fullscreen.