Huawei is reported to officially unveil its next-generation flagship duo Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro at an event on September 19. And today, just a few days before the launch, a leak has just shared the back cover image of the Mate 30 flagship (or Mate 30 Pro), thereby once again confirming the device has a circular camera cluster.
As you can see, Mate 30’s circular camera module is located in the middle of the upper body. However, the arrangement of the lenses is somewhat different from the previously leaked images. Specifically, previous reports suggest that the Mate 30’s rear camera cluster will include a 40MP main sensor + 40MP ultra-wide-angle lens + 8MP telephoto camera + 3D ToF sensor.
And according to today’s leaked photos, it seems that the main camera and ultra-wide angle sensor will be on the sides. The 8MP telephoto camera could be a periscope lens, supporting 5x optical zoom similar to that on the Huawei P30 Pro and it is square. The 3D ToF sensor will be centered and the smallest round hole on the top seems to be the position of the focus assist lamp. Finally, in the upper left corner will be a fairly large LED flash.
Regarding other configuration information, the Huawei Mate 30 series is believed to use the powerful Kirin 990 chipset. In addition, the Mate 30 Pro model is expected to have a “waterfall” screen with two sides bent almost 90 degrees, using a USB Type-C charging port and an IR infrared port.
Overall, we will make sure everything when the company Huawei will officially unveil the two phones Mate 30 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro on the day of September 19, which means next Thursday. So don’t forget to come back to us for full details.
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