Last week, we showed you a picture of what the Huawei Mate 30 Pro should look like. Very masked in a case built specifically to protect its design from prying eyes (like ours). It seems that the main Huawei’s technological achievement for this year is again photographed. The Mate 30 Pro and its waterfall screen are capturing again in the camera. But this time on the subway. With the 88-degree fold on either side of the expected 6.7-inch AMOLED screen. You cannot see the side frames when to view the screen directly from the front. The screen will have a wide notch than the small waterdrop notch used in the P30 Pro. The notch will show the sensors needed for the phone’s advanced facial recognition system.
The view hides the setup of the rear camera, but we hope to see a circular camera module on the back. On the left side of the back of the case, you can see a vertical cutout for the sensors. Meanwhile, within the circle, there may be a couple of 40 MP cameras. According to reports, the same 1 / 1.55-inch sensor on the back of Huawei P30 Pro will be used using the RYYB pixel layout. Instead of the RGB (red, green, blue) setting which is usually available in smartphone cameras. The second 40 MP camera could use a 1 / 1.7-inch sensor. The third camera on the back could be an 8 MP sensor with a 5x optical zoom. Yesterday, a tweet released by the Ice Universe tipster revealed a new rendering of the housing for Mate 30 Pro. It includes a circular cutout for the camera module. It is important to note that Huawei is changing the square camera module in the Mate 20 Pro last year. Both Apple and Google plan to present a square case for their next phones.
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Will the Huawei Mate 30-line feature Android or HarmonyOS?
Kirin 990 SoC is powering the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. A new 7 nm chipset that is not yet introduced by HiSilicon. The latter is Huawei’s internal chip and uses designs licensed from ARM Holdings. The latter is a British company that has stopped doing business with Huawei. After the listing of the manufacturer in the US Department of Commerce’s list of entities in the mid-May. This is because ARM uses American technology. However, licenses obtained from Huawei before being included in the list are still valid.
The big question surrounding Huawei Mate 30 Pro is whether Android or HarmonyOS will be installed on the device. Introduced earlier this month, HarmonyOS is Huawei’s operating system with a perfect name. It works in harmony with different devices, including smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, cars, and computers. Google was one of the first American companies to announce that it was cutting ties with Huawei. But the Chinese manufacturer would have developed a replacement for Android for years. The producer considered a threat to national security in the US. It is following the plan to cut the version of Google Play Services from the operating system. In 2015, it is following the assumption that Huawei is creating a Kirin operating system.
So, when will we see the Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro presented? Only a few days ago, Huawei’s software services president Wang Chenglu allegedly leaked the date of September 19 for the presentation event. Mate 20 Pro was announced on October 16 and although it is not officially available in the US. The model helped Huawei send 206 million phones worldwide last year. It was good enough for third place behind Samsung and Apple. The Mate 30 Pro should have helped Huawei to surpass Samsung at the top of the list for the fourth quarter of this year, but the US ban could prevent that from happening.
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