The Huawei Mate 30 series will be released on 19 September in Munich, Germany. There are only two days left to the event, but it seems there is still time to take a look at what this new range of smartphones will offer.
Virtual buttons for volume
In fact, a few hours ago Huawei has released his latest video dedicated to the new range of telephones: the clip, as you can see below, seems to deal with the "side volume controls”Of the Mate 30 Pro.
We know that the aforementioned device has a cascade display and this structure leaves little space – to say nothing – to the volume buttons. But from the video it seems that the eastern company has positioned these keys (Vol + and Vol-) on the side screen: two players of table tennis they play on the side edge of the terminal and this suggests the possibility of lateral controls on Huawei's upcoming flagship.
Therefore, the company could adopt a solution that includes volume touch buttons positioned laterally. We remember that Vivo NEX 3, which features a cascade screen similar in design to the Mate 30 Pro, uses side power and volume buttons with virtual keys.
As regards the photographic specifications, the next flagship phone in Huawei's Pro version will be equipped with a 40 MP main camera, a super wide-angle lens and a 3D TOF sensor. This terminal, which will probably lead the DxOMark ranking, should hide the chip under the hood Kirin 990 5G, supported by 8 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal storage space. The SoC is conceived with a production process a 7nm + FinFET Plus EUV and contains within it well 10.3 billion transistors, in addition to the highly anticipated 5G SA and NSA modem, capable of reaching up to 2.3Gbps in download and 1.25Gbps in upload.