Flagship Huawei Mate 30 Series Tipped To Arrive On September 19
Anita - Aug 14, 2019
The upcoming Huawei Mate 30 series will reportedly be unveiled at a launch event on 19 September with latest Kirin 990 SoC and more.
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The flagship Huawei Mate 30 lineup is gaining much attention of the mobile industry after the Huawei Developer Conference event taking place in China in the previous week. As per a publication in Russia, the series will be launching on 19 September, which cites Dr. Wang Chenglu, Consumer Business Software President of Huawei, as its news source. Additionally, the report has revealed other info relating to the lineup like a big change in software, and the chipset. To recall, the Developer Conference event saw the release of the HarmonyOS, which will be initially used for the Honor Vision TV.
As usual, the Huawei Mate lineup has always arrived in October and this is why a skepticism relating to this newfound info was spotted on Mail.tech.ru. Regarding the CPU, the Huawei Mate lineup always comes with the latest Kirin chipset, so the Huawei Mate 30 series is expected to be powered by the Kirin 990 SoC. Furthermore, the lineup will run Android Q, according to the report. Meanwhile, rumour has it that the 30 Lite phone probably runs HarmonyOS at launch. This leak is fortified more by the report which says that the series will not be able to run Google Service because of the unresolved problems from the on-going trade ban.
In terms of the chipset, it is labeled as Kirin 990 SoC because the logical deduction would be to believe a Kirin 985 chipset to succeed the most recent Huawei flagship chipset. Additionally, there is another big change in the camera setup on the back since the latest rumours mention two 40MP Sony IMX600 lenses. While the main sensor comes with f/1.6-f/1.4 variable aperture with an RYYB-pixel layout, another sensor features an ultra-wide-angle (120 degrees) lens and an 8MP telephoto sensor supporting 5X zoom.
Furthermore, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and vanilla Mate 30 will sport a dual-curved edge screen design with the 30 Pro featuring more extreme curves. Several other leaked features include 3D face recognition for the 30 Pro, 55W quick charging tech, and 90Hz screen refresh rate.