The Huawei Mate 20 successor, reportedly called Mate 30 has been leaked online amid the ongoing trade dispute between China and the US. The Mate 30 render has recently surfaced online and it gives us a closer look at the new things that Huawei is planning to introduce in the Mate 20 successor.
The obvious one that you have already noticed is the camera arrangement. According to the leaked render, the Mate 30 is going to get four cameras, and those will be placed in a circular fashion, unlike its predecessor, the Mate 20 series. And if you can remember, the Mate 20 series came with three cameras coupled with dual-LED dual-tone Flash. So, the Mate 30 is definitely offer come with better camera performance provided what we are seeing in the render is true. The render also suggests the presence of 5X optical zoom in the smartphone.
Rumor also has it that the yet-to-be-released smartphone will feature a 6.71-inch AMOLED display, with the 90Hz refresh rate. Other specs include 4,200 mAh battery, support for 55W fast wired charging, and powering the smartphone will be Kirin 985 SoC.
Although nothing is confirmed, the Mate 30 is said to have an in-display fingerprint sensor. Otherwise, the smartphone is expected to come in Emerald green color, like the Mate 20 Pro and is likely to see the daylight in the month of October this year.