New leaks of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro confirm how your cameras will be

New leaks of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro confirm how your screen and cameras will be

During the last weeks, we have been knowing some leaked details about the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, which will be the next flagship of the Chinese company, but it seems that this phone is destined to save no surprise for its launch.

And it is that recently some images of the design of some unofficial phone cases have been made public, thus confirming the rear design of its quad cameras that we advance, with a large round projection.

Thus, this configuration would consist of two main 40 megapixel sensors, an 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a depth ToF sensor yet to be confirmed.

However, it also highlights the inclusion of a small vertical slot located on the left side, which could indicate an independent configuration for one of the cameras, or as shown in these renders, the possibility of a fifth camera.

Although most likely it is finally the location of the flashlight, which could be separated from the main lenses to achieve a better 2 × 2 design or even other elements such as the fingerprint reader.

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But the leaks have not ended here. And it is that the same user has also uploaded some photographs of the screen of the Mate 30, the basic version of this phone, which would include a notch with what appears to be a double camera, and the only presence of two thin bezels at the top and lower.

While both phones will share a similar size between 6.6 “and 6.8”, the configuration of these two cameras could vary for the front of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, for which a similar 3D facial recognition system is expected to the one already seen in its predecessor Mate 20 Pro.

For the moment, Huawei still does not confirm any of these details, although it is expected that the company will forward new details along with the new KirC 990 SoC, which will be presented during the IFA 2019, next September 6



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