Huawei is announcing the Mate 30 Pro in Munich on September 19th where it’s a given that it will feature the new Kirin 990 5G processor, a sackful of RAM and quadruple rear cameras, as well as a trendy new waterfall OLED display but what else can we expect to see? Well, it appears that Huawei has thrown a host of improvements into the Mate 30 Pro if a leaked table of specifications is accurate.
Besides offering ultra-fast charging and fast wireless charging, last year’s Mate 20 Pro was the first smartphone to offer reverse wireless charging. According to the leaked specifications from Teme’s post on Twitter, the Mate 30 Pro will feature the following:
Notable improvements include the increased battery capacity from 4,200mAh to 4,500mAh with the leaked specs table also pointing to the presence of a secondary 40MP sensor with a wide-angle lens and a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor. During the Kirin 990 briefing at IFA 2019, Huawei mentioned that the handset would be able to measure heart and breathing rate which appear to be part of the Huawei Face ID 2.0 that will also support a faster and more secure face unlock.
Possibly the most noticeable section is where it says that the Mate 30 Pro will run Android 10 with EMUI 10, but without Google. This brings us back to a previous article discussing how Huawei might solve the issue of allowing Mate 30 Pro users access to Google apps and services despite the US ban
Under the hood is 8GB RAM although previous leaks have alluded to variants with 10GB or 12GB of RAM, and the increase from 256GB of built-in storage to a whopping 512GB.
What do you think of the leaked Mate 30 Pro specifications? Does it feel as if Huawei is playing it safe with this year’s Mate series? Were you hoping for the addition of a fifth rear camera? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Source: Teme (Twitter)