Huawei Mate 30 leaked images reveals 6.7-inch display, quad cameras
By Linky Johnson 2019-05-23 774 0
It is reported that the design of Huawei Mate 30/Pro concept rendering map still retains a square matrix camera module, the difference is that the new machine has five sensors, four of which are camera sensors, at a glance, it is known that the machine will have a stronger "optical zoom" function.
Of course, the designer of this group of Huawei Mate 30/Pro concept rendering diagram, the rear 4/5 camera design using asymmetric, TOF/laser focal length and flash location is a bit strange, but I believe that the real machine will certainly be more beautiful than this.
In addition, it is rumored that Huawei Mate 30/Mate 30 Pro will be equipped with a larger 6.7-inch super-small "water drop screen" to carry a self-timer camera, while the screen edge is designed with a curved flexible curved surface. Concept Creator said that the machine will be equipped with Kirin 985 CPU, and has new AI engine function and 5G chip/network support.
In terms of color matching, Huawei Mate 30/Mate or will add new colors such as bright red, bright purple and green/blue. There may also be color matching or decorations such as p30, a star drill, similar to that of the $ Pro.
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