Mate 30 Pro is Huawei’s next flagship handset that has been tipped to debut next month.
More specifically, Huawei’s Consumer Business Software president, Dr. Wang Chenglu, has been quoted as saying the product will launch in Europe on September 19.
However, such a claim has not been publicly confirmed by Huawei.
The Chinese tech powerhouse’s Mate 30 Pro handset has been rumoured to arrive with a somewhat unique display.
Mate 30 Pro has been tipped to boast with what is called a “waterfall screen” – this is a screen where its side curves extend further round the device than seen on more contemporary products like the Mate 20 Pro for instance.
Additionally, the Mate 30 Pro’s panel has also been rumoured to boast a 90Hz refresh rate which, if true, means the device could offer a smooth Android experience similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro.
It has also been suggested Huawei’s newest handset could come with a new camera system and faster internals.
But it seems the Chinese tech giant could also improve upon one of its signature pillars with the Mate 30 Pro – battery life.
A new post on Weibo, citing an “informed” source, stated the forthcoming flagship will boast a new 4,500mAh battery inside.
This, if true, could allow the hardware to deliver even better life than its predecessor.
We were impressed with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s extremely longevity when we reviewed it last year – so the possibility of its successor having an even larger cell has us excited.
With that said, it is possible the Mate 30 Pro could have an increased capacity to accommodate for its larger display.
Moreover, if the hardware does indeed tote a 90Hz panel, this would also drain its life faster.
With the Mate 30 Pro’s reveal rumoured to be next month, Android fans may not have to wait long to see Huawei’s next flagship in full.