All models in all their glory.
All four smartphones from the new series will debut in Munich. Huawei Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30, inexpensive Mate 30 Lite and the most expensive Mate 30 Porsche Design will see the light of day. As you can see, the cheapest family representative will also be presented as an exception.
Huawei in Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will bet on the Kirin 990 SoC chip, which supports 5G connectivity. The devices will support two SIM cards. In addition, the Pro model will feature a "waterfall" screen that overlaps the edges of the device very strongly. The equipment will have a quadruple camera inscribed not in the square, but about. Could Apple next year copy not only the "induction hob" from Mate 20 Pro, but also such a circle? 😉
Mate 30 will not be equipped with a "waterfall" screen. Instead, it will have an identical, small notch on which both the cam and sensors will be located.
Mate 30 Lite will be very different from the rest of the stake. On the back, it will resemble Mate 20 Pro – the island with cameras will be square. Interestingly, this is where the fingerprint reader will be located under this module. In the front, instead of a notch, there will be a small cutout for the webcam, and the SoC Kirin 810 will take care of the equipment performance.
Huawei Mate 30 Porsche Design will be equipment for the wealthiest. On the back, the housing will be covered with artificial (sic!) Leather in black or red. From the specification side, the equipment will resemble the Mate 30 Pro model, but most likely it will have an increased amount of data memory.
Exactly, should we even bother with the premiere of Huawei Mate 30 smartphones? Well, the sentences are divided – if I were to say what I think, I would say … no. Journalists from many countries were not invited to the Munich event, and invitations are issued individually. This may mean that these smartphones will not hit the European market at all. Why? Well, Huawei Mate 30 are expected to debut without the Google application on board, which will make them useless for most Europeans … Although we wrote about the fact that the manufacturer can provide special installer for these services, but such a game seems to be very slippery from a legal point of view.
What can you say in this situation? Well, that's a pity. It's just a pity …