Huawei’s Mate series is known for having massive displays, large batteries and a premium looking design.
Earlier leaks have shown us that the upcoming flagship will feature a circular camera module on the rear. And now, another leaked render has surfaced on the internet that showcases what the circular camera module might look like.
The render from Slashleaks shows Huawei moving away from the current square camera array found on the Mate 20 Pro. This model has four lenses and a flash module, each positioned near the edges of the circular housing. Leica branding is present above the module and the render says 5x optical zoom below the middle lens.
There is currently no information on the camera configurations of the Mate 30 Pro. It goes without saying that the camera module of the handset has a very sophisticated appeal with a symmetrical design.
There’s one other leaked image that is currently circulating on Chinese social media. The image shows what seems to be the front panel of the Mate 30 Pro.
The display is curved along the left and right edges, much like the Galaxy S10 series. The top bezel is blurred, which makes it difficult to determine whether there is a notch or not. The bottom bezel is fairly thin compared to its predecessor, indicating that the Mate 30 Pro will come with a bigger screen.
Rumors about the Mate 30 series say that it will be powered by the 7nm Kirin 985 chipset. With a Balong 5000 5G modem onboard, these phones will support dual-SIM dual-standby 5G connectivity like the upcoming Mate 20 X 5G edition.