The Huawei Mate 30 Pro will be officially unveiled in September. The rumors have been many, but today we have an image that finally enlightens us regarding its design.
Huawei's new flagship will even feature 4 rear chambers within a small circular hump and a small rear window climb to attenuate that same hump.
No periscope chambers?
Unlike the Huawei P30 Pro, the images do not show us any quadrangular cameras. That is, it is possible that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro does not offer us the same periscope sensor that we have in the P30 Pro.
This is because the Mate 30 Pro should be intended for a different type of users. It looks like the Mate 30 Pro will focus on video while the P30 Pro will focus more on photography. The periscope camera gives us an impressive zoom and it looks like it won't happen in the new Mate.
We can also see in the corner of the smartphone a considerably large flash. This type of design is somewhat at odds with the Mate ideology that has always been symmetrical.
Big notch expected on Huawei Mate 30 Pro
The image also shows us a considerably large notch. Again, a considerably different design choice from the P30 Pro that preferred to use a "drop of water".
However, it is expected that this screen will have even lower margins than its predecessor and, like the other models, will offer us an OLED screen for better saturation, brighter colors and a built-in biometric sensor.
A smartphone for the 1000 €
Again, Huawei is expected to have no mercy on the users' wallet. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro should go to 1000 €. A price that is considerable for most UK's. Still, it is not far from what the competition has been offering.
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