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The upcoming Huawei Mate 30 Pro reportedly to feature revolutionary camera sensor

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The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is Huawei’s next major flagship, and by all accounts the device will be rather revolutionary, breaking new ground with both its edge to edge waterfall screen and cameras.

 

Now we have some more details regarding the camera which suggests the device may have 2 40 megapixel camera sensors with an additional 8-megapixel periscope zoom camera.
 

https://twitter.com/RODENT950/status/1156545746679844864?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1156545746679844864&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fmspoweruser.com%2Fthe-upcoming-huawei-mate-30-pro-reportedly-to-feature-revolutionary-camera-sensor%2F

 

According to @Rodent950 the device will be equipped with:

  • 40MP 1/1.5″ sensor with f/1.6 – f/1.4 aperture, RYYB pixel layout and Cine lens feature when taking video.
  • 40MP 1/1.7″ 120° ultrawide lens with cine lens features.
  • 8MP tele 5X zoom

The news appears to be corroborated by reliable leaker Ice Universe who posted pictures of the sensors:

 

https://twitter.com/UniverseIce/status/1157861481767002112?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1157861481767002112&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fmspoweruser.com%2Fthe-upcoming-huawei-mate-30-pro-reportedly-to-feature-revolutionary-camera-sensor%2F

 

 

The Huawei Mate 30 is clearly intended to be a specs monster, and when it arrives it is expected to be powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 985 chipset with an integrated 5G modem, 55W fast-charging support and 10W wireless reverse charging.

 

The device is expected to hit the market sometime this fall. Will the news convince any of our readers to jump ship from Samsung? Let us know below.

 

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Looks nice. Might upgrade depending on price.

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The Huawei Mate 30 Pro promises to push the envelope of smartphone photography

Huawei will launch the Mate 30 phones in the coming months and a new leak touts the Mate 30 Pro to continue the trend of pushing the envelope with progressively impressive camera hardware. Apparently, the Mate 30 Pro will feature two massive 40 MP sensors alongside a 5X optical zoom telephoto lens.

by Ricci Rox, 2019/08/04

 

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Huawei appears to be the company single-handedly pushing the development of smartphone camera performance, at least in the hardware segment. Starting with last year's P20 Pro, Huawei's flagships have progressively featured class-leading camera hardware and that trend looks set to continue with the Mate 30 Pro.

 

According to a new report, the Mate 30 will feature two 40 MP sensors. The main shooter will be the same game-changing 40 MP RYYB sensor that debuted on the P30 Pro. The ultra-wide-angle camera is the more interesting one, as it's said to also be a 40 MP 1/1.7" sensor. 

 

Ultra-wide-angle shooters are generally much worse than the main cameras but, if this rumor turns out to be accurate, the Mate 30 Pro could have an ultra-wide-angle shooter that outperforms the main sensor on most other flagships.

 

Both shooters are expected to have a new Cine Lens feature for video recording. Huawei phones have received flak for sub-par video recording and we could finally see improvement in that department.

 

The telephoto lens is expected to be an 8 MP sensor capable of taking 5X optical zoom shoots, just like the P30 Pro.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If hongmeng i will doubt

 

 

But if android will attract alot buyers

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zoom zoom zoom !!

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Posted (edited)

Worst case becomes a camera phone with limited smart features

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Note 10+ or this? 

 

Only major negative for this is the OS uncertainty.....

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Huawei set to launch first phone without Google apps and services

The Mate 30, which will be unveiled in Munich in mid-September,  will be the first Huawei phone without any Google apps and services. The foldable Mate X, which is expected to go on sale by the end of the month, will also be free of Google products and services. Both phones will still run Android, but it will be the open source version.

can we sideload gmail, maps ?

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2 minutes ago, Mockngbrd said:

no google = gg

Still can download app through apk playstore. I think so.. 

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2 minutes ago, Yewheng said:

Still can download app through apk playstore. I think so.. 

not through official channels

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1 minute ago, Mockngbrd said:

not through official channels

So what is the difference where still can download apps as per normal. 

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16 minutes ago, Mockngbrd said:

no google = gg

talk is easy.

i say i support HW, but without google  also wont buy 😅

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21 minutes ago, Yewheng said:

So what is the difference where still can download apps as per normal. 

even if can download, still unknown if it will even work on the device. 

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At this juncture, nobody would be sure about anything other than that the phone would come without standard Google apps like Play Store, Map, Gmail, YouTube, etc. There is always possibility that they can be side loaded, but whether can work perfectly or not nobody knows.

Wait till officially announce in Munich on 19/Sept then we will know more details. The hardware spec looks enticing especially in photography, but think it will not sell well outside China if the Google apps cannot work well.

 

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Which phone got built in date and time stamp for photos ?

 

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On 9/12/2019 at 11:07 AM, Ysc3 said:

Which phone got built in date and time stamp for photos ?

 

I thought most phones have.

Just go to the (picture) file and see details, date and time stamped.

And of cuz you can also tag location

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1 hour ago, Vratenza said:

 

going one up against Iphone 11😆

 

hahah 😂 I will give up ......... bec I dont cook 

 

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3 burner hob vs 4 burner hob.

Only pixel 3 still on single burner hob. Wonder how long more they will tahan this trend [:p][laugh]

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no google store/apps means this phone will be stillborn in the international market.

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1 hour ago, Kusje said:

no google store/apps means this phone will be stillborn in the international market.

apps is one thing ... hardware is another

sexpert already said if huawei release the new phone

amdk will dissect the phone and see what are the usa components inside the phone and go "after" these usa companies supplying tech to prc [sly] 

 

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https://www.theverge.com/2019/9/16/20868071/huawei-mate-30-pro-lite-leaks-promotional-images-evan-blass-renders

Huawei’s entire flagship Mate 30 lineup leaks ahead of Thursday launch
Four phones with three different notches
By Jon Porter@JonPorty  Sep 16, 2019, 5:16am EDT

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Days before Huawei is due to reveal its new flagship Mate 30 lineup, launching without Google apps or services on September 19th, promotional images of four of the upcoming devices appear to have leaked online. The images were shared by leaker Evan Blass, and show off what he claims is the new Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30 Lite, and what appears to be a Porsche Design edition of one of the new handsets.

At the top of the lineup is the Mate 30 Pro. The images suggest the phone will be equipped with a wide notch at the top of the device and a display that curves around the left and right sides of the phone like Oppo’s “waterfall screen” seen on Vivo’s new Nex 3. On the back we can see the familiar Leica branding along with four sensors that are contained within a circular camera cutout. One cryptic tweet suggested that these will consist of a pair of 40-megapixel sensors, an 8-megapixel sensor, and a time-of-flight sensor. There also appears to be two signal strength indicators on the top left of the screen, suggesting there’ll be a dual-SIM version of the device.

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The Mate 30 Pro could have a screen that curves sharply around the edges of the device. Image: @EVLeaks

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The phone’s rear sensors appear to be contained within a circular cutout. Image: @EVLeaks

In comparison to the Pro, the regular Mate 30 appears to have a much smaller display notch, which MSPowerUser speculates could be because this model includes fewer sensors for face unlock. Dual-SIM functionality also appears to be on the cards for this model. We’re still waiting on images of the back of the device to reveal the rear cameras.

Both the Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 are expected to use Huawei’s new Kirin 990 chipset, which has a variant that includes a built-in 5G modem. A 5G signal indicator is clearly visible on the image of the Mate 30, indicating that there could be a 5G-equipped model of this handset.

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The regular Mate 30 looks to have a smaller notch and no curved display. Image: @EVLeaks

The Mate 30 Lite has a very different design from its two siblings, with a hole-punch camera cutout on the front, a square camera array on its rear, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. In a follow-up tweet Blass said that the phone is the same as the Nova 5i Pro, which was announced back in July, and which uses a less powerful Kirin 810 chipset.

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The Mate 30 Lite is allegedly the same as Huawei’s Nova 5i Pro that it announced back in July. Image: @EVLeaks


Finally, there’s the Porsche Design edition of the Mate 30 Pro, which appears to add a leather covering to the rear of the phone. Blass shared renders of the handset in black and red.

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The Porsche Design edition appears to have the same curved display as the Mate 30 Pro. Image: @EVLeaks

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The rear of the phone has a combined leather and glass construction. Image: @EVLeaks

Away from the design of the phones, the more pressing aspect of these devices will be their software. Recently, Google announced that the lineup will not be able to launch with official Google apps, thanks to the USA’s ongoing ban on companies doing business with Huawei without a license. As well as not having access to Google’s first-party apps, the move also means the phones won’t have access to services like the Play Store, the primary source of Android apps. Although Huawei’s previous phones have been able to function without the Play Store in China for years now, it will be much harder to convince Android users in Europe — where Huawei had been gobbling up market share — to buy a phone without easy access to the operating system’s primary app store.

There’s no official word on pricing for the new Mate devices. For that, we’ll have to wait until they’re unveiled in Munich on Thursday.

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