Earlier today, we have reported some new features for Mate 30 Pro teased by the Huawei. Now, Chinese social media Weibo brings us some real-life shots of Mate 30 Pro providing an evident look. Even though some official renders shared by Evan Blass already covered all the aspects, it further confirms. Interestingly, the new images also give a demo of virtual volume buttons.
Looking at the appearance, the device boasts circular-aligned quad-camera setup on the back expected to bring 40MP + 40MP (ultrawide) + 8MP (telephoto) + 3D depth sensor combinations. The Huawei logo is imprinted at the rear bottom left corner.
Moving to the front portion, it has a true bezel-less waterfall display surround by a wider notch on the top. The notch area gets three-camera cutouts supposedly to use for 3D facial recognition and selfie shooter. The device is also speculated to arrive with an in-display fingerprint sensor, but we don’t have any concrete evidence to prove.
Apart from that, the device is likely to accumulate a 6.71-inch QHD+ AMOLED display. It will have the latest Kirin 990 chipset under the hood coupled with 16 cores Mali-G76MP16. The Kirin 990 chipset is manufactured on TSMS’s most advanced 7nm+ EUV FinFET note for enhanced power efficiency. The Battery capacity for Mate 30 Pro is 4500 mAh with 40W fast wired charging and 27W wireless charging support.
Other features include virtual buttons for volume control, slow-motion video @7680fps, Android 10 based EMUI 10 on the top and some gestures to perform a different task. The device will be officially announced on September 19 in China including some other smartphones as well.