“Huawei Mate 30 Pro concept renders reveal quad rear cameras and punch-hole design with dual selfie snappers”
Huawei usually reserves the Mate series flagships for the latter part of the year, but that doesn’t stop the rumour mill from revealing new details. Recently, the Mate 30 Pro was tipped to pack the same 4,200mAh battery as the Mate 20 Pro, but with 55W fast-charging support instead. Now, according to a new report from IT Home, citing foreign media, the brand’s upcoming Mate 30 Pro flagship will have a 90Hz AMOLED display. Given the popularity of the feature post the OnePlus 7 Pro launch, it’s no surprise to see Huawei venturing into it. The Mate 30 Pro is also said to get the Kirin 985 7nm chipset and Barong 5000 5G baseband chip.
Furthermore, the early concept renders of the Mate 30 Pro also surfaced online, revealing that the handset would have Galaxy S10+ like punch-hole design with dual-selfie cameras on the left spine and quad cameras at the back arranged in a rectangular-matrix, similar to the Mate 20 Pro from 2018. While the exact camera configuration is not known at the moment, it is said to support 50 digital zoom and 5x optical zoom. Moreover, Huawei also is said to be working with BOE for the Mate 30 Pro display panels, and while it is not confirmed, the screen size is tipped to be 6.71-inches and is likely to have an in-display fingerprint sensor for biometric security.
Unfortunately, that’s all the information for now. Since the renders are designed based on early rumours, the actual look might differ when it’s launched later this year. Until an official announcement is made, we suggest you take this with a pinch of salt.