Huawei Mate 30 smartphones are ready to become official on September 19, during a launch event in Monaco. Before the official debut of the new smartphone series, the Chinese company shared a new video teaser on Weibo.
The video, relating to the new Huawei devices, reveals that the sensors of the rear camera will be housed inside a circular casing, which is called the “Oreo” module.
Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will have lenses developed in collaboration with Leica and two of them will be 40MP. The terminals should also have three front cameras housed inside a notch, an in-display fingerprint scanner, the Kirin 990 processor and an IR sensor. They will also feature a display that curves to the sides at an angle close to 90 degrees. Recall that the Chinese company has also recently received certification for a new wireless charger that can charge at 25W.
However, while the Huawei Mate 30 series will be announced first in Europe, according to a report the phone will not be available for purchase outside of China for some time, as Google has stated that the manufacturer is not authorized to launch terminals with Android and Google Play due to the trade ban. In fact, the company has confirmed that Mate 30 will be launched without any Google application, but will be provided with third-party alternatives running on a customized version of Android 10.
Since Android is an open-source operating system, however, Mate 30 will perform its latest version, but it could also be the first Huawei smartphone to be sent without the support of Google, after the trade ban United States.
Meanwhile, Huawei’s CEO – Richard Yu – has hinted that the company is ready to adopt HarmonyOS if the situation with the US does not improve, suggesting that next year P40 will arrive with HarmonyOS running, suggesting that the operating system developed from the Chinese company is now ready to power smartphones.
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