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Leaked renders of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro surface online

Images of Huawei's next flagship, the Mate 30 Pro, surfaced on a chinese portal

Leaked renders of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro surface online

Huawei's not been having the best year after recording a strong start in 2019. Now leaked renders of the next Mate 30 Pro have surfaced online.
The renders surfaced on Chinese website, IT Home so take these images with a pinch of salt but they do correspond to details about the device so the renders seem to have an air about being genuine.

The Mate 30 Pro sports 4 cameras instead of the three with a rectangle panel instead of a square and dual-lens front facing camera, the kind we've seen in Samsung. It will come in three colors, Black, Red and Blue.

Leaks and rumors suggest the handset has a 6.7" QHD+ screen that may come with a 90Hz refresh rate and Huawei's patented zoom technology which we saw in Oppo. Additional details also point to a bigger battery capacity and a new Kirin processor. Now all of these are subject to speculation given that Huawei says that it will lose USD 30 billion in revenue due to the ongoing trade escalations between the company and the USA. Audience reception for a different OS may also deter users to get the new Huawei.

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