The design of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro confirmed in an official image
This weekend we have seen several leaks of the new Huawei phones, the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, but so far none was an official leaked image. That is what we have seen today, since in Weibo, the most popular Chinese social network, a design has been published that confirms how the Huawei Mate 30 will be in addition to some features.
The covers of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro confirm its peculiar rear designTwo images have confirmed, thanks to a case manufacturer, the rear design of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Another shows us the screen of the Mate 30.
In the image we see that the terminal will have a circular camera as confirmed by the photos of some third-party cases. But there is more data.
Circular Quad Camera
Although OnePlus seems to also opt for this circular system, we have seen how Huawei has managed to set the course of design in 2018 and it seems that it will also do so in 2019.
Huawei has achieved the dream: that other manufacturers copy itApple, Google and Samsung are inspired by Huawei's designs for their upcoming mobiles, which is fascinating.
In the photograph, which looks like an advertising poster, you can see how the central rear element, circular and black, houses four cameras, which we assume will be the same as we saw in the P30 Pro. It is striking that the flash leaves this area to Stay on the side.
The larger notch than the P Series is also confirmed, which would indicate, at least in theory, that the Mate will maintain the advanced facial recognition system with infrared. This would not be the case in the normal Mate 30, which would have a lower notch, but greater than the P30. The screen, meanwhile, has a much more pronounced curvature, reminiscent of the panel recently presented by OPPO.
Kirin 990 and Leica technology
The image also shows the reference to the new Huawei processor, the Kirin 990, which in theory will be announced a few weeks before these phones, on September 6 at the IFA in Berlin.
Next to the processor we see that the Leica logo is in red. Presumably, the collaboration of the European company with the Chinese will be in terms similar to those we saw with the P30, more in advice and advice than in development of hardware technology.