Mate 30 Pro Leaks: 6.7 Inch Display, Kirin 985, 55W Charging

This year’s Huawei P series flagships, P30 and P30 Pro are already on the table with their stunning designs and elegant cameras. But Huawei’s not just waiting before the P30 Pro gets old and there are rumors around the corner of the Mate 30 Pro launching later this year, in line predecessor of the Mate 20 Pro.

The successor of the last year’s Mate 20 Pro, with hints dropping that it will feature a full square rear cameras, almost the same pioneering technology pioneered in Mate 20 Pro.

Other than this, it is also expected that Huawei is launching an affordable smartphone this year, along with the Mate 30 Pro.

The latest rumor from the GSMArena indicated that the Mate 30 Pro will feature at least 4 squared camera sensor panel housed on the back, offering the same features as that of the P30 Pro. The Mate flagship will feature a larger 6.71 OLED panel, instead of the 6.4 inch in the last year’s Mate 30 Pro.

The front of the screen will integrate with a mounted fingerprint scanner, but there are no leaks about its resolution, a sharp curved edged display. The camera will offer primary, super-wide-angle, telephoto, and Time-of-Flight features.

Around the squared four rear cameras and an LED flash in the middle. The insider sources claimed that the inside of the Mate 30 Pro will feature a next generation of Hisilicon Kirin 7nm 985, a 5000 5G modem, and more likely, Huawei will launch 4G variants of the phone.

The battery is again the best under the hood, of 4,200 mAh which will support 55W fast wired charging, rare in some of the phones even launched in 2019. The phone also supports wireless charging, as well as reverse wireless charging up to 10W.

With five months remaining to launch, as Huawei launches its Mate series in October, there is still a lot more to discover.

Stay Tuned!! We’ll keep you updated.

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