Huawei has already said that Mate 30 will be presented on September 19 in Munich, Germany. And the phone will be launched along with the Mate 30 Pro, which should have a quad camera and a circular module in the rear area.
This is what images published by Pricebaba in partnership with Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known @OnLeaks. They suggest that the Mate 30 Pro’s camera sensors will form a square inside the circular module.
The back of the device should be finished in glass and metal, in addition to having an LED flash and the brand of photographic equipment manufacturer Leica on the left. Images from the new Huawei phone do not accompany confirmations about camera specifications.
The expectation is that the model will have two 40 megapixel sensors, the main one with a variable aperture of f / 1.4 and f / 1.6 and a wide angle with an angle of 120 degrees. It should have an 8 megapixel sensor for the telephoto lens and a ToF sensor.
What the images indicate is that the Mate 30 Pro will feature a 6.6-inch screen with curved edges and a wider notch to house the triple front camera and other sensors.
The power button should be on the right of the device. Above it, a touch area should allow users to adjust the volume by swiping up or down. The USB-C port, microphone, speaker and SIM card tray will be in the bottom area.
Still according to the Pricebaba, the Mate 30 Pro will leave the factory with the new Kirin 990 processor and 4,500 mAh battery. The smartphone will feature Android, but will not have Play Store, Play Services and other Google apps due to United States government sanctions.