Huawei Mate 30 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro release date is set for September, and the launch is to happen with a big bang event in Germany. The future of the company’s business in the USA is still uncertain, as the Phone Wars are still ongoing, but one thing is for sure – the company is in no way slowing down. In fact, they have increased their business in all other corners of the world, and in a week we will also have the chance of holding their latest gadget, the newest product of their development, in our hands. However, it won’t ship with “licensed Google services and apps”…
Scheduled for 19/09/2019, the Huawei Mate 30 Series now has officially set to launch, but the specs, the price, and other leaks are still running around. At first glance, this will be an upgrade on all features from last year’s flagship. However, no Google apps and services support thus far, which means Huawei has certainly made the first step forward and it looks like it’s striving to leave it all behind.
The successor to the last years Mate 20 Pro will come priced at least around the same mark as the last year’s model, which was around $1,150 right at launch. It is rumored that it will have 5 lenses on the main camera set on the back. On the confirmed side of things, a leak has confirmed its 5G compatibility, Kirin 990, and 8GB/12GB of Ram variations. However, it appears that it will only come with a 512GB storage variant. The ‘most likely to be true leaks’, accepted by reliable online sources, put the upcoming flagship specs like this:
- Display: 6.6’’-6.8’’ Amoled FHD+ 1176×2400
- 4500mAh battery + Supercharge at 27W & Super wireless charge at 30W
- USB type C
- Rear camera set: 40MP main IMX600 cam + 40MP wide cine cam + 8MP telephoto cam with 3x zoom + time of flight cam sensor & Xenon flash & color temperature sensor
- Front camera: 32MP main selfie cam + ultrawide cam (MP unknown) + ToF
These are all of the leaks known and believed most likely to be true or at least very close to the truth for Huawei Mate 30 pro. It is also not specified if the launch set up for September 19 is a worldwide release or if the Smartphone is only coming to certain countries at start. The only sure thing is that it’s not sailing to USA and it is not carrying Google on its passenger list.
Here is the link for the Huawei Youtube official channel’s coverage of the launch event, which goes live in six days’ time.