Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro to be unveiled in Europe on 19th of September

Huawei must have been waiting for this day from quite some time. As we already know, the company had put off all its product launches due to the Android ban which had been imposed on it some time ago. Launch of Mate 30 was also among them. We knew that it was coming, but didn’t know when. Now, however, we know it. According to a report published by Russian news site High-Tech, the company is all set to announce it on 19th of September in Europe.

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More details on Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro

This information was apparently revealed to High-Tech Mail by company’s President of Consumer Business Software Dr. Wang Chenglu. And according to the report, Dr. Chenglu said that the device will hit the market in 3 variants. One will be the regular Mate 30, one will be Pro and the third one will be Lite. While both the devices are rumored to come with a new Kirin 990 chipset developed by the company, Mate 30 Lite may come with some different processor not known yet. The 990 chip will provide a lot of power efficiency due to its 7nm EUV process, which means longer battery life for both smartphones.

The same chipset is also rumored to have a 5G modem built-in, which is not something difficult considering the role that Huawei is playing in the rollout of 5G network. However, some reports have also claimed that a 5G compatible version of Mate 30 Pro is likely to arrive separately in December. Other details revealed in the leak include a 6.7-inch display (in Mate 30 Pro), 55-watt fast charging, under-screen fingerprint scanner and a massive dual-lens camera with both lenses being 40mp sensors.

A large part of this hardware is also likely to be a part of regular Mate 30. The difference is going to exist in Mate 30 Lite this time, as according to leaked information it may come with Huawei’s recently released HarmonyOS. We’re skeptical of this last thing though because while announcing the OS Huawei had said that it has no plans of using the OS for any of its smartphones in the near future. So let’s wait and watch!

Source (in Russian)

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