Huawei Mate 30 Pro Appears in Video, With 5G, Kirin 985, 50X Zoom

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While everybody and their mother is chatting about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the other big launch for the remainder of the year is definitely the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. We’ve seen it rendered before, but today it comes back in style, filled to the brim with fresh specs.

This set of renders and the video belong to Phone Industry, just so you know, the creator of the concept. This Huawei Mate 30 Pro bundles everything and the kitchen sink: it has an energy efficient Kirin 985 CPU, 5G connectivity and a 90 Hz AMOLED display, a reply to the OnePlus 7 Pro screen.

There’s also a dual punch hole camera upfront with face recognition and the cool mauve back of the Mate 20 Pro makes a comeback. Bezels are slimmer than ever, even though I see a bit of a black edge around them. The zoom goes up to 50X, digital one of course, while the optical one probably stays at 5X for now.

Some lovely hues were imagined here: Black Semi Frosted, Red Semi Frosted, Gold White Semi Frosted and Blue Semi Frosted. Finally Chrome White and Classic Blue Gradient also come up. There’s not much talk about the back camera or other specs, including resolution, but I imagine that the quad camera setup is largely similar to the P30 Pro one, give or take a few sensor replacements.

I’m betting on a 48 MP main camera, ultra wide camera, ToF cam and of course the periscope 8 MP shooter with a perpendicular design. Nice job Phone Industry!

[via Phone Industry]

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