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Huawei Mate 30 Pro quad cameras module includes two 40MP sensors | Rumor

05 August 2019 0

Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a mighty profile which could give a tough time to its competitors coming in the second half of this year. Being a new model, the device will possess some better specifications over its predecessor but going by the leaks and speculations it includes much more than just hardware upgrades. Huawei has always been one of the top contenders in mobile photography and the upcoming Mate-series is no different. The company is adding the best camera configurations.

According to a new tweet by the tipster Ice Universe, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has two 40MP sensors on the back.

As per a previous tip by a different leakster, the main sensor is RYYB sensor which is also present on the P30 Pro, with a secondary 40MP 1/1.55-inch sensor that doubles up as a wide-angle lens. The other two are 8MP telephoto lens that delivers a 5x optical zoom and a ToF sensor.

Last month, Ice Universe also put up the camera configuration in a tweet and left people for guessing the device’s name. And, a week later, the tipster is corroborating the previous tweet by mentioning it would be the Mate 30 Pro. While revealing the name of the device, the tipster also said that the Galaxy Note 10 has no chance of beating Mate 30 Pro in terms of camera hardware.

Being one of the top players in mobile photography, the Chinese company takes strides in this field by introducing new ways and this trend will continue with the upcoming Mate 30 Pro. With such a powerful camera profile, the Galaxy Note 10 appears to be nowhere near to it.

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is slated to make its debut sometime in October which means we have so much time to gather more about it. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10 would launch and give some tough competitions to some existing devices.


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