13 November 2019
Huawei Mate 30 series could launch as early as September 19 and we are getting more and more insights into it as we are approaching the said date. The Mate 30 series, will bring some significant changes, not only in terms of the performance but also in design. Nothing is confirmed yet about them but there have been several leaks which do tell us what to expect.
Now the display panel of the Huawei Mate 30 seems to have been leaked on Weibo. The leaked image shows the design changes that the device may feature. The first and the foremost change looks to be the smaller notch than the Mate 30 Pro. The notch looks to have two cutouts to accommodate two cameras. It is expected that the Mate 30 may support a new face recognition feature.
This is an upgrade over the Mate 20 device that came with just a waterdrop notch and accommodating the selfie camera. Compared to this, the Mate 30 will be getting a notable upgrade.
Additionally, the display panel shows the device is having an in-display fingerprint scanner as well. If the spotted display panel is legit, the Mate 30 will feature a flat-screen compared to the waterfall display on the Mate 30 Pro. Also, it appears that the bezels of the Mate 30 are thin on the chin side and the thicker on the forehead.
It’s also expected that the Mate 30 Pro display will reportedly have a 90Hz refresh rate and its standard version will stick to the typical 60Hz rate. The Huawei Mate 30 could feature a 6.5-inch 1080p (FHD+) display and may equip 128GB storage for the basic version and a 4200mAH battery capacity.
The new Huawei Mate 30 series will come with the Kirin 990 SoC and recently an official teaser on the chipset has confirmed that Huawei will talk about it at an event on September 6th, in Berlin. The Kirin 990 chipset is expected to feature an integrated 5G modem.