Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro Are to Officially Launch on Sept 19


Huawei itself has just formally confirmed as to when their upcoming and most talked about Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro flagship smartphones are going to be officially launching. According to a tweet coming from the Chinese electronics giant, the next-gen Mate series will launch on September 19 in Munich, Germany.

The launch date announcement mentioned that the company will go "full circle" possibly hinting about its quad-camera setup on the devices' back panel that are arranged in a circular shape. Though the company did not confirm that camera setup design on the rear, leaks and rumors so far suggest this is the case.

As for the smartphones' specs and features, the information is still very limited at the moment. But it is expected to be powered by the upcoming Kirin 990 processor, 6.7" AMOLED display for the Pro version, up to 55W fast charging technology, and of course the Leica-branded cameras on the back that's reported to have 40MP sensors.



Now when it comes to the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro's mobile OS, we expect this to be the latest Android Q or Android 10 with Huawei's skin in the mix. However, according to report from The Verge, Google told them that Huawei "won't be allowed to ship with core Google services on board" due to trade ban imposed by the US Goverment on Huawei instructing US companies to stop working with Huawei. There was even a report claiming that Huawei might delay the Mate 30 series launch due to this issue. But of course since Huawei has just announced the launch date, I guess we will see what exactly the case is or how Huawei is going to work this out in case they can't ship the phones with Google services right out of the box.

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