Huawei, amidst the US ban, is gearing up to launch its new Nova 5 series launch on 21st of this month. The company had also unveiled its P20 Lite smartphone recently as well. And, there are multiple reports surface regarding the next move from the tech giant about developing its own operating since Google had already revoked Android access due to the ban. In the midst of all this, there are new renders that appeared online, which gives us the first look of Huawei’s much anticipated next flagship smartphone — the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
The report from ITHome has shed some interesting details of the upcoming Mate 30 Pro along with its renders. After OnePlus 7 Pro bringing the world’s first 90Hz refresh rate OLED display, it appears the forthcoming Mate 30 Pro could be joining the list. Earlier reports have suggested that the display size of the Mate 30 Pro would be of 6.7-inches. Further, the report had revealed interesting specifications of the device that include a Kirin 985 SoC under the hood, along with Balong 5000 5G Baseband chip.
As for the renders is concerned, we can witness dual front cameras with punch-hole cutouts similar to the Galaxy S10 Plus front cameras and the same selfie shooters are expected to feature in this year’s Google Pixel 4 XL as well, according to recent leaks. Furthermore, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro renders also showcase quad rear Leica’s camera setup — a step up from the Mate 20 Pro triple rear cameras’ layout. While the front of the device appears to be full-screen display with almost negligible bezels, the back suggests a new gradient color body build, unlike to what we have seen on the earlier Huawei models.
The report also indicates the Mate 30 Pro could sport a 4200mAh battery with Huawei’s 55W SuperCharge fast charging capabilities as well. If the renders are believed to be true, then we can expect a new design element with the new Mate 30 Pro smartphone featuring gradient Blue and Red color variants too.
Moreover, it is still speculative of what operating system to expect for the Mate 30 Pro to ship with since Google has revoked its Android access; however, there’s a time frame of 90 days from Google to Huawei before it revokes the access. As stated earlier, reports are suggesting Huawei working on a Sailfish-based Aurora OS as an alternative to Android and also the tech giant is considering to develop its ARK OS as well, which is said to be in the works for the past couple of years. We have to wait and watch what Huawei brings to the table with the new Mate 30 series. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.