Huawei Mate 30 Pro to feature a quad camera on the back, leak
Recently, a Huawei Mate 30 Pro promotional image has surfaced, offering another look at the circular camera setup on the rear. Despite what renders from case makers have been showing, the phone will have four rear cameras, not three.
Though the last year’s Mate Series flagships of Chinese tech giant Huawei, Mate 20 variants were quite innovative in terms of AI-powered processors and camera capabilities, they were not much appealing by the looks and design as compared to other smartphones of a Chinese company. Well, that was annoying and now again rumors are suggesting that Huawei will likely retain the same-old front design for its upcoming Mate 30 series flagship.
There have been a handful of leaks and renders suggesting at what Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will look like. Now, according to a new leak that revealed the alleged screen protectors of the upcoming Mate 30 series smartphones and bad news for smartphone design fans is, the devices will probably have the same old front design with a wide-boring notch over the top. The alleged screen protectors have shown up in a post on Chinese social media Weibo.
The leaked images have revealed a wide notch with multiple holes in it, which hints that again Huawei is cooking something at least regarding Huawei’s point of view. Hence, the upcoming Mate series phones could be packed with multiple sensors for face recognition features. According to the leaks, even the Mate 30 could come equipped with a wide notch.
Well talking more about the Mate 30 variant’s design, the images illustrate that dual-edge curved displays for both smartphones should be expected. However, the curvature for both screen protectors seems to be slightly different. If the phones are launched with the curved displays, they will be the first non-Pro series phones to feature curved screens. Additionally, the Mate 30 Pro is said to come with COP (chip-on-plastic) technology for its display.
Moreover, a careful look at the size of both phone’s notches reveal that the sensor arrangement on both phones might be slightly different. In addition, Huawei Mate 30-series notch looks slightly narrower than the Mate 20-series’ notch, its predecessor. Also, the bottom bezel of both phones looks quite slim as well.
Last but not least, Huawei Mate 30 series is expected to be launched somewhere in October and that’s the time when we would have been sure about most of the specs, features, and design of the phones. Until then, take all rumors with a pinch of salt.