Today, we have received information that Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. recently submitted two new trademarks to the European Union Intellectual Property Office. These two trademarks are Cine–Lens (camera lens) and Camera Matrix (camera matrix), which seem to have a certain relationship with the camera section of the smartphone.
According to the trademark registration information, Cine-Lens (cinema lens) is mainly related to the function of video recording. Meanwhile, the Camera Matrix is mainly used to describe the shape of the camera. Previously, there was a post-camera photo of Huawei Mate30, and the shape of the lens in the rendered image was very similar to the camera matrix.
According to earlier rumors, Huawei Mate 30 Pro will use the Kirin 985 processor, which uses a 7nm+EUV (Ultraviolet Lithography) process that increases transistor density by 20%.
Considering the display the phone uses a 6.7-inch screen produced by BOE, supporting the four-sided curved design and under-screen fingerprint module.
Mate 30 Pro will also feature a rear quad camera configuration, including a Tof lens and will also equip 55W fast charging with a battery capacity of 4200mAh.