Some photos posted on the Chinese social network Weibo and discovered by the Huawei Central website supposedly reveal the front panel, camera and fingerprint reader modules integrated in the Huawei Mate 30 screen. At the outset the images reveal that this smartphone will have a single mirror. smaller than the one that is present in the premium version of the Mate 30 Pro. However, the front panel has two cutouts of different sizes. This compared to the single camera used in the 2018 Mate 20. Thus, it may indicate an improvement in the selfie camera in the future model. Also reveals an update to the facial recognition system.
Huawei Mate 30 screen appears on the Internet and reveals news!
If the photos are legitimate, the Mate 30 will have a flat screen. This compared to the curved screen of the Mate 30 Pro. Looking straight at the screen, users will not be able to see the side panels.
Already at the level of the frames, those of the Mate 30 appear to be thin on the sides. Same at the bottom. The upper frame is a bit thicker. However, while the Mate 30 Pro panel will have a 90Hz refresh rate, the Mate 30 will likely maintain the most common 60Hz rate.
The Huawei Mate 30 will be powered by the new Kirin 990. The other day, Huawei released a teaser about the new 7nm chipset and its launch on September 6 at the IFA convention in Berlin. The Kirin 990 may have an integrated 5G modem.
Meanwhile, the Mate 30 should bet on a 6.3 inch screen. Added to this is an FHD + (1080p) resolution. We will still have 128 GB of storage for the base model. Another highlight of this smartphone is a triple camera setup on the back and a battery with a capacity of 4200mAh.
For now, Huawei has no plans to use its own HarmonyOS in its smartphones. Thus, this manufacturer is expected to pre-install the latest version of Android with Google Play Services in the Mate 30 range. The new devices are due to be released on September 19.