13 August 2019
Huawei Mate 30 Pro leaks are on the rise and now one more tip gets added to this long trail. According to one of the famous tipsters Max J, Huawei has considered a curved screen for the Mate 30 Pro. In fact, it’s going to be the largest curvature ever, if the information served by his source is to be considered. However, the tipster has already clarified that an unconfirmed source has served this information so it’s better to take it with a pinch of salt. But going by several leaks in the past that have shown protective film of the device and they all highlighted a good amount of curvature.
Unconfirmed source told me #Mate30Pro is using a 1200p Display with the "largest curvature ever". The rear panel looks similar to its predecessor #Mate20Pro— Max J. (@Samsung_News_) July 27, 2019
More information following. Take the info with a pinch of salt.
Referring to the tip, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will apparently settle for a 2600x1200p instead of 3120x1440p resolution of last year’s device. The device is also expected to bear a narrower notch compared to its predecessor but the 3D facial recognition technology is unlikely to be replaced.
The tipster also mentions that the rear panel is going to be similar to its predecessor. This means the Mate 30 Pro will have its rear cameras placed in a square module. But a leaked render that appeared earlier this week reflected a completely new designed rear side of the device where the camera module is circular and the cameras are placed in such an arrangement that they make an X-like shape.
Another tipster which mostly puts Samsung’s leaks forward seems to have dropped a hint at the camera configurations of the Mate 30 Pro. According to his tweet, the device includes 40+40+8+ToF. He hasn’t mentioned the name of the device but it appears Huawei Mate 30 Pro has this strong camera configuration. This alludes, Huawei might have increased the super wide-angle camera to a massive 40MP.
40+40+8+ToF— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 28, 2019
Guess which mobile phone is this?
Much is already known about the device, including the fact it features Kirin 985 processor. It’s expected to include a minimum of 8GB RAM and 1128GB storage, although other variants are likely. The device should go official in mid-October at an event.