Huawei has been through a lot. But, it has witnessed its silver lining and thus, will continue making smartphones even it is to be shipped with HarmonyOS. The Chinese manufacturer has confirmed on Twitter that it will go ahead with another launch – the Huawei Mate 30. The event will be held in Munich, Germany.
— Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) September 1, 2019
The teaser mentions the date, September 19th and it emphasizes on the cameras. If you saw the teaser carefully, Huawei mentions Mate 30 SERIES, which definitely means that the Mate 30 will be unveiled alongside the Mate 30 Pro. Its predecessor, the Mate 20 series was one of the best flagship phones of 2018 and if Huawei improves the cameras more than what it gave on the Huawei P30 series, it will steal the smartphone photography king crown from the current one (the P30 Pro).
Keep in mind that the Chinese multinational company considers its Mate series to be the true flagship among the company’s smartphones. You can expect high-end specs to compete with its rivals, such as Samsung’s S10 series, the Note10 series, the upcoming Google Pixel 3 and iPhone 11.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro might sport the same quad rear camera setup that is used on the P30 Pro. It is most likely to use the company’s patented RYYB pixel layout found on the P30 Pro.
The Mate 30 phones will ship with 25W wireless charging support, while Samsung’s latest Note flagship has 15W wireless fast charging.
Leaks suggest that the phone might be powered by the company’s new Kirin 990 chip and a quad-camera setup, as seen on the Huawei P30 Pro. What everyone is keen about, is the software. There’s a huge question mark if the upcoming Mate 30 will come with a licensed Android version or its own, HarmonyOS. If not Google, the company might suffer a huge blow as Android phones are mostly thought of as Google services.