The incoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 versus Huawei Mate 30 Pro flagship phone showdown just got a lot more real. That’s because the entire core spec of the Chinese maker’s new flagship got leaked and, simply put, it looks like a serious piece of hardware.
The specs, which were leaked on Chinese news site new.qq.com, reveal a device equipped with a next-gen 7-nanometer EUC-processed Kirin 985 processor, a huge Huawei P30 Pro-beating 6.71-inch OLED display, a super fast Baron 500 (Balong 5000) 5G modem, and a large 4,200mAh battery.
Now most of the people are curious what design Mate 30 Pro will feature and how well built the device be? Will it be similar in design to Samsung Galaxy S10? What will be the screen to body ratio!
Some spec leaks
Other spec details include that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will also support a 4-curve curved design in terms of its screen, and that the phone will come equipped with an in-screen fingerprint reader that will remain in the same place as on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
The Mate 20 Pro, the new flagship Mate will reportedly retain the square-shaped camera installation on the rear of the phone. However, this time out the Mate 30 Pro will boast four lenses, with the flash unit positioned in the center of them.
The four-lens camera installation with centre-mounted flash makes sense to us as well, both in terms of a hardware perspective (so it stays in-sync with the photo-taking powerhouse P30 Pro) as well as from a design point of view, with the curved square camera installation being immediately, stand-out recognizable.
Interestingly, the report also mentioned that there could be 4G version of the Mate 30 Pro as well, but how that fits into a range line-up is anybody’s guess. Traditionally, Huawei has released its Mate range in three devices, a Lite, regular and Pro variant. So maybe a 5G P30 Pro is offered on top of a trio of 4G devices, or the standard for the P30 and P30 Pro is 5G and a 4G variant of the Pro is offered up in certain territories. Right now it remains unclear.
Wrapping up the leaks
Lastly, the leak indicates that the Mate 30 Pro’s 4,200mAh battery will support Huawei’s 55W Super Fast Charging, and it will also retain the ability to deliver reverse wireless charging, too.
One thing is clear, though: even if the Huawei Mate 30 Pro does end up to be equipped as indicated in this leak, with some super-fast storage and RAM thrown in to boot, then it will already deliver seriously fierce competition to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. And, if it has a few more tricks up its sleeve, too, which are yet to be revealed, then it may be too hot for the South Korean flagship to handle.
In our opinion, the Mate 30 Pro will be something amazing and all the new hardware is everything we should be excited about. The hardware under the hood will be top of the line and no doubt, it will be the Huawei’s premium devices until now.
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