Finally! Huawei Mate 30 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro will be unveiled at an event today
in this aritcle we will discuss about specification, features, camera, Price and the release date.
Specification and Features
As was the case with the Mate 20, we’re expecting both a standard Mate 30 and a Mate 30 Pro to be available. The Pro will be the more expensive model with all the kit that Huawei can throw at it, while the standard will be substantially the same phone, but with some of the advanced features missing in return for a price cut.
Huawei’s just released the 5G edition of the Mate 20, named the Mate 20 X, and the flexible Mate X is also meant to be 5G compatible, using the same Balong 5000 modem.
One of the most distinct parts of the Mate 20 is its small square camera patch in the top center of the phone, which contained three cameras plus a flash. According to the most recent rumors, plus hints from Huawei’s promotional art, this square is now a circle.
As the second of Huawei’s two major flagship launches of the year (the other one being the Huawei P30 series), you can expect the Mate 30 series to command a high price – especially the ‘Pro’ model.
The Mate series is the second of Huawei’s flagship lines, the other being the P-series, and there are flagship prices to match. Last year’s Mate 20 Pro sold for £899, and the standard Mate 20 was priced at £499.
There are several reasons that we expect the prices to rise even higher this year:
Huawei has announced that the new Mate 30 series will launch on Thursday, September 19, at an event in Munich. That’s today!
The Mate series has traditionally been released in October or November, so the shift to an earlier release date puts the Huawei Mate 30 in direct competition with Apple’s hotly anticipated iPhone 11, which starts shipping the very next day.
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