Huawei announces on September 19 that it will release its Mate 30 Series backed by Kirin 990 processor.
World-renowned mobile company Huawei is recognised for its creativity in introducing brand new handsets. Especially in the camera department, we've seen a great deal of change and new features come in over time. With just a few days ago unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, OEM 'S will now be seen bringing in new prospects. While talking about new OEM 'S, Apple is set to announce next month that it will be 2019 iPhones. Other than that, Google has announced that it will be made available to the public through Google Pixel 4 Series in October. It's going to be an understatement to say you're expecting a fight.
Nevertheless, by the end of September, Huawei will also launch its Mate Series handsets. Dr. Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei's Consumer Business Software, has seen that Huawei Mate 30 Series will also be made public by September. The production of this series was made possible only after a slight reduction in the trade war between the US and China, and Huawei is somewhat able to revive its trade with Google and other companies based in the US.
As a result, Huawei is all set to release this year's Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro series after the P30 series was announced. The Huawei Mate 30 series is said to consist of triple rear cameras. However, with a third 8MP wide-angle lens, these cameras will have dual 40MP sensor. To add to this, it has been reported that the phone will also have excellent zooming capabilities.
Huawei will have 5x optical zoom in its smart phones as well as a 50x digital zoom in the light of the news! Furthermore, on this device, users will see a refresh rate monitor of 90Hz. In addition, the Huawei flagship is based on the latest Kirin 990 SoC produced exclusively by the branch of HiSilicon. In the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro sequence, the public will also see a 5 G modem. On the Mate 30 Pro or an exclusive 5 G version, this could be systemic.
Huawei is also rumored to have a 55W network for fast loading on their brand new smartphones. This means that when the company releases it, the Mate 30 series of the Huawei is already fitted with a fast-charging feature.