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Huawei Mate 30 Pro comes with 5G and 40-Megapixel Camera

Huawei Mate 30 Pro comes with 5G and 40-Megapixel Camera

The Pixel 4 has had its time within the highlight so far as leaks go. Huawei, however, has an event scheduled this Thursday, so it’s grabbing attention away from Google for a while. Unsurprisingly, private information additionally abounds for the Mate 30 Pro and its siblings. There’s always room for more, unfortunately, not all news is good news, particularly for those in Europe dying to get their hands on the most recent from the embattled Chinese manufacturer.

There’s almost no doubt the phones will run on Huawei’s latest Kirin 990 processor, this time with a built-in 5G modem. The new circular design of the camera has additionally been leaked numerous times, and these fresh batch of “hands-on” images verify that, along with the two color options of “Cosmic Purple” and “Emerald Green.”

Another leaked photograph, this time without the phone itself, also confirms among the features of the Mate 30, significantly its cameras. The retail stand for the phone talks about dual 40-megapixel cameras, an 8-megapixel telephoto camera, and a still unidentified 3D depth sensor. It additionally tells about 7680 fps super slo-mo recording which, based on present technology, might be an error somewhere. There’s also a 4,500 mAh battery with 40W fast wired charging and equally fast 27W wireless charging.

Now for the bad news. Based on LetsGoDigital’s insider source, the Huawei Mate 30 series won’t be available in what the company labels as “Central Europe,” which includes markets like UK, France, and Germany. The alleged motive is the absence of Google Play services and apps because of the US blacklisting. While that could be normal for Chinese markets, nobody will purchase a $1,000 premium phone that will end up being less than useful due to the absence of critical apps.

Huawei’s September 19 event may even see the debut of the company’s Watch GT 2, the successor to last year’s successful smartwatch. That may come in 46mm and 42mm sizes, the latter a new member of the family. A modern fitness tracker can be expected to be announced with a unique built-in USB plug for charging.

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