We’re about a month away from whenHuawei is supposed to disclose its new leader phones, which will probably be the Mate 30 series. We have seen renders and assumed live images of the phone leak previously, and as we inch closer to dispatch day, we have one more leak. This alleged marketing image gives us a look at the front and back of the phone, which demonstrates a circular layout for what resembles four camera lenses. It’s sill hazy what kind of cameras we can expect yet passing by what the P30 Pro offers, we should anticipate the usual
trio of standard
along with a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor
The image, circulated on Weibo and tweeted by tipster, appears, what resembles a promotional image for the Mate 30 Pro. A portion of the composing is in Chinese along with the numbers “990” that hints at the fact that Huawei’s Kirin 990 SoC could make a big appearance with the new Mate 30 series. The image looks somewhat suspicious since the quality isn’t extraordinary however if true, then the Mate 30 series or at least the Pro model will have a shallow yet wide notch. We like having secure face open so until companies can make sense of how to hide 3D sensors under the display, we don’t mind it.
The greatest change in the design, again assuming true, is at the back of the phone. We see 4 camera sensors grouped gathered in a circular fashion, with the flash placed vertically beside it on the left. The flash module is additionally extended, which could indicate the use of a Xenon flash. There’s a lot of Leica branding all over, which means the cameras will keep on being tuned by Leica. We can’t see the base of the phone yet the image does show a right-mounted power button and what resembles an IR blaster on the top.
It’s extremely difficult to tell if this is the last version of the phone, since we’ve seen the Mate 30 Pro leak before in different designs. Previously in June, we’ve seen affirmed phones cases and renders which demonstrated a rectangular design for the back cameras. Renders additionally showed the phone having a hole-punch display for the selfie cameras. After a month, another render sprung up on Weibo which demonstrated a circular camera module, which housed the 4 cameras and the flash. As of late, we additionally got some supposed live pictures of someone using the Mate 30 Pro in public. The phone was in a protective case, with a fold for where the camera would be. This was obviously an intentional endeavor at masking the actual design of the phone, which was presumably being tested by a Huawei employee.
With the dispatch scheduled to happen on September 19, according to tipster, we have less than a month to go.