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Alleged Huawei Mate 30 Pro appears in real-life photos

24 July 2019 0

Huawei is known to be working on its next Mate-series Android flagship expected to be called the Mate 30. It will be released in at least three variants: Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, and Mate 30 Lite. There have been some rumors detailing various aspects of the smartphone and now for the first time, a leak has emerged revealing real-life images of an alleged Mate 30 Pro.

The leaked images show two mysterious Huawei smartphones protected by a case. The case is obviously meant to keep the design of the phone private which is usually done with yet-to-be-released phones. Since it is time around which a new Mate series smartphone gets unveiled, it is speculated that the spotted phone is the upcoming Mate 30 Pro.

The spotted Huawei smartphone can be seen with slim bezels and curved display. It has a wider notch at the top which will be housing the front camera and various sensors. This design is similar to the Mate 20 Pro from last year which is another reason to believe that it is likely to be the successor.

The Huawei Mate 30 series is already rumored to feature a weird-shaped rear camera module. There will be quad rear cameras along with an LED flash within the setup. The cameras are reported to be developed in collaboration with Leica and will have up to 5x optical zoom. Many other details about the phone are still scarce but we hope to know more in the coming weeks.

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is available at Amazon Marketplace for $ 879. To see others 6 offers click here.
(last update 12 December 2019 @ 05:49)



Alleged Huawei Mate 30 Pro appears in real-life photos
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