Huawei has been on a roll with consumers in Europe and the United Kingdom over the past year, who used to come to buy their phones. Everything was going well for the company until the US government. you you. I decided to accuse the firm and put Huawei in the ropes by adding Huawei to the commercial black list.
Since then, there has been a state of comings and goings and all kinds of information that have done nothing but harm the brand and to stop sooner rather than later, the brand reached the first position in terms of smartphone sales Manages.
We do not know what the final situation will be with Android and Google, especially when the new range of Mate 30 phones in Munich is presented on 19 September. What we do know is that Huawei has taken the chest and does not want its launch postponed, so that it matches the date of years ago.
Google, meanwhile, we know that it does not have certified phones, meaning that Huawei cannot install serial applications such as YouTube, Gmail, or Google Maps, among others.
Refusing to be defeated, Huawei developed its own Harmony operating system or Hongeng in China. We think the Huawei Mate 30 may be the first Huawei phone to run this operating system, instead of the standard Android.
The company has now ruled out that a Harmony OS smartphone will be launched in 2019, so it seems unlikely that it will eventually run with an open source version of Android and will come without Google’s preinstalled services and applications. You can install them yourself with some effort, but this is not the ideal situation for Huawei and buyers.
Having said that, let’s talk about all the rumors about this new range of Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro phone and possibly Mate 30 Lite. Don’t forget that this is the flagship family of the brand, so they should be more powerful and advanced than the P30 and P30 Pro.
If you want to check out the P30 review, you can do it here. On the other hand, if you want how your triple camera works, here we tell you all the advances that each model offers in photography. Don’t miss our review of the Huawei P30 Pro.
Mate 30 release date
The announcement date confirmed by Huawei is September 19
Huawei has adopted a roadmap for ‘major’ terminals launching twice a year. Thus, he typically launches new P series phones at the beginning of the year and then updates the Mate series in late autumn. On that basis, we will see the P40 in March 2020.
In recent years, new Mate phones were launched in mid-October and until recently there was no reason to doubt that Huawei would change things in 2019.
However, during an information session for the next EMUI 10 interface at the first Huawei Developer Conference, President of Huawei’s Consumer Business Software, Dr. Wang Chenglu told the media that the Kirin 990 processor, plus Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will be launched. On 19 September in Europe.
Indeed, the company has now confirmed the presentation on its website, along with the motto ‘Rethink the Prospects’.
Prices of Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro: rumors
Price is the only data for which published information is unanimous. Huawei likes to surprise attendees during the launch, but given the concern that Google Apps and the Play Store are not preloaded, Huawei may extend its hand to continue competing with Apple and Samsung in this category.
Recall that both companies have recently introduced their models. Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 10+, which you can see here and Apple has done the same with the arrival of its iPhone 11,
The Mate 20 Pro is currently priced at € 899, a figure of over € 799, with the Mate 10 Pro released in the market. Therefore, we will have to wait till the announcement of the company to know what the final price of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro models will be.
Features and specifications of the Mate 30 Pro
Here is a summary of the major rumors published so far:
- Kirin 990 Processor – Confirmed at IFA
- Screen notch
- No volume buttons: touch sensitive sides
- 4 rear cameras (including ToF depth camera)
- 3D camera consisting of 3D facial scanner
- 4500 mAh battery capacity
- 55 W cable charging, 25 W wireless charging
- Ready and compatible with 5G connectivity
The last renders come from @OnLeaks and PriceBaba , and the circular bulge of the camera in the back seems credible, since Huawei has traditionally used a circle in this Mate range, and the message of the tweet ‘we will complete the circle in Munich ‘In the previous tweet, it seems to confirm the release.
The following video shows the rendering of the terminal in 360 ° view, which shows what Mate 30 Pro can be. It may not be 100% accurate, but it is likely to come close to reality.
Kirin 990 Chip
Huawei has officially announced the Kirin 990 chip at IFA and the good news is that SoC (chip system) includes a 5G modem. It also includes an eight-core CPU and a 16-core GPU in addition to the three-core NPU, used for the AI section.
It is claimed to be 10 percent higher than the Snapdragon 855 for single core performance and 9 percent for multicore. Huawei also says that it is 35 percent more energy efficient than the 855.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu had already commented earlier this year that Huawei would continue to complete its efforts on AI by 2019. In an open letter, he announced: “We believe in the power of AI and we are committed to using technology to expand the extent to which it is humanly possible.”
For example, we are working closely with a number of organizations that help leverage Huawei’s AI to enable deaf children to read and learn select books for children in sign language, and develop a tool that Identify visual abnormalities. “
Again, this is no surprise. All smart phone chip makers are investing in research and development of artificial intelligence and predict that in the next decade the phone will have substantial artificial intelligence rather than ‘artificial intelligence’ aids and applications.
The Kirin 990 provides superior NPU performance from a 980 chip using two main cores and a new smaller core that consumes almost no energy.
The screen size is also not a fixed data, as it is estimated that it will vary between 6.6 and 6.71 inches with AMOLED technology and is similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro, with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, which you review here. can see..
In previous renderings we have seen three front cameras next to a sensor located between the two. This configuration could well be a 3D facial scanner that would work like Apple’s multiple angles and could eliminate the need to use the fingerprint sensor built into the screen.
A tweet has been published here in which you can see pictures of the glass leg for the Mate 30 Pro. Those people are skeptical of the camera rumors, as they have a clear mark on the top.
There are many conflicting rumors about the cameras of the Mate 30 Pro. But Huawei will definitely improve the Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro. One of the most recent rumors comes from the famous Twitter filter @universeice stating that there will be four cameras: 40Mp + 40Mp + 8 Mp + TOF.
It is likely that one of the 40Mp cameras will have a RYYB sensor like the P30 Pro, while the other may be a sensor for ultra wide angle lenses. The 5x zoom is likely to be an 8Mp sensor (according to GSMArena), and the TOF is a deeper sensor. If this is correct, the camera setup will be similar to the P30 Pro, which has an angular, ultra wide angle and telephoto lens.
According to the news, the color of their finish will be black, red, golden white, blue, chrome white, classic blue and classic red. We will update this article as more details on the Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 emerge.