As the tradition goes, every new entry to the Huawei Mate series releases in October so is the upcoming Mate 30 series. During the release of Huawei P30 in March, Li Xiaolong, vice president of Huawei product line, said in an interview that Mate 30 is already under test and stakes about 5 to 6 months of testing time. For reference, the Mate 20 series was released in London on October 16th last year. A few days ago, @slashleaks released a front panel spy shot suspected of Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Compared with the Mate 20 series, the overall style is more tough, while the upper and lower borders are narrower, the screen ratio is higher, and the curved screen design can still be seen on both sides.
In addition, the blurred part in the leaked Huawei Mate 30 Pro Front Panel is expected to be a screen with hidden in-display camera or a water drop screen, but it is not yet confirmed.
The previously exposed protective cover shows that the Mate 30 series is expected to adopt a new four-camera design, the back lens module becomes round and the position is still at the center.
Furthermore, Huawei Mate 30 Pro will continue to improve on the core specifications of the screen, camera and other features of the Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro. It is expected to be equipped with Kirin 985 chip and adopt 7nm+EUV (Ultraviolet Lithography) process, which is faster and consumes less power. At the same time, support for the new generation of Huawei super fast charge, power further increased to 55W.
Considering that the Huawei Mate 20 X 5G version has been added to the network, the Huawei Mate 30 series is also expected to carry the Balong 5000 chip, which supports 5G natively. At present, only Huawei has achieved dual-mode support for SA/NSA, and it is also the only vendor that implements 5G/4G dual-card dual-standby.