Latest Rendering Of The Huawei Mate 30 Pro

The Rendering Of The Huawei Mate 30 Pro Case Shows A Circular Camera Module On The Back

Huawei will launch its first phone with HongMeng’s home operating system. In the fourth quarter of this year and the escalation of the US-China trade war. Now it seems fairly certain that Huawei Mate 30 Pro will not work with Android. We have no idea what Huawei SVP meant and council member Catherine Chen. She said last month that HongMeng was being used for “industrial use” and never for smartphones. In fact, the new OS should be presented next Friday at the annual Huawei developers conference. The first product to be launched with the new operating system should be an Honor smart TV line. HongMeng should have lower latency than Android or iOS. And the company founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, says the processing delay is less than 5 milliseconds.

Previously published photographs claiming to show the rear glass panel of the Mate 30 Pro fit into a previous concept. Which reveals a circular camera module for the Mate 30 Pro. However, at the end of last month, a report suggested that the phone would have looked like a square camera module. It is similar to the one we saw before Huawei. But today, the Slashleaks tipster released a rendering of the housing for Mate 30 Pro, once again revealing a circular housing for the rear camera mounted in the upper central region on the back of the device. The front panel corresponds to a photo of the Mate 30 Pro seen in a test structure, with curved sport edges on both sides of the screen, thin frames and a wide notch.

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According to Reports, The Huawei Mate 30 Pro Camera Will Have Two 40 MP Cameras

Huawei Mate 30 Pro could work with the manufacturer’s Kirin 990 chipset, which should be presented in September. The 7 nm chip, designed by Huawei’s Hi Silicon unit and produced by TSMC, should include several components to support 5G connectivity. Chip design company ARM Holdings has broken ties with Huawei in the wake of the US supply chain ban (while based in the UK, ARM uses an American technology), but there are some current licenses that are prior to the placement of the phone manufacturer on May 16 in the US Department of Commerce directory. We could see the basic model with 8 GB of memory and 128 GB of memory with other configurations that offer more than both. Previous specs required a 4200 mAh battery inside the unit.

As for the rear cameras, a new leak reveals that the circular module will contain not one, but two 40 MP sensors. The main camera is the same. This means we should expect a 40 MP camera with a 1 / 1.55-inch sensor along with a 40 MP camera that uses a 1 / 1.7 inches.

The 8 MP telephoto lens is likely to have a 5x optical zoom with 10x hybrid zoom capability. If the voice factory has properly connected this, Mate 30 Pro will also come with a flight time sensor (ToF). This technology measures the time taken for infrared rays to bounce off a subject and return to the phone. Because the speed of infrared light is known, data can be used to create 3D maps used for safe face recognition and to obtain better depth information. The latter can be used to improve the bokeh effect in portraits. And we talk about a Pro video mode.

Release DateĀ 

We could see the Mate 30 Pro presented in October along with Mate 30 X gaming phone. We don’t expect this model, or any phone with the Huawei name, to be readily available in the US.

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