The arrival of the Huawei Mate 30 series is approaching, and the appearance of new leaks on the phones increases. Only a few days ago, the first images of some of the components of Mate 30 appeared, confirming the existence of details such as an advanced facial recognition system. However, today we could face what would be the biggest leak to date, through which we could have seen the final design of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro for the first time.
The image – whose veracity has not yet been confirmed – comes from the Chinese social network Weibo, and the person in charge of sharing it has been the renowned leaker Ishan Agarwal. In it, you can see the appearance of the back and front of the phone, confirming in passing some of the key details of this Mate 30 Pro, which apparently would be presented on September 19.
One of the first details confirmed by this image is the existence of a screen with a fairly pronounced curvature on both sides, something we had already seen in real photos previously filtered. It also reiterates the inclusion of a notch of considerable size at the top, responsible for housing the aforementioned facial unlocking system. For the rest, the poster indicates the presence of the Kirin 990 already awaited.
Another aspect confirmed by this image is the circular photographic module, which houses a total of four different sensors, of which two of them would be 40MP of resolution. Somehow, the camera module layout reminds us of the Nokia Lumia 1020, especially because of the bezel that surrounds the four cameras.
Although it is possible that the image is not authentic, it does represent some of the details of the phone that have been previously confirmed. Therefore, it is very likely that the phone that Huawei would present on September 19 is not very different from what we can see today.
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