HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro 5G: Now, here’s a professional phone, it’s a curved “waterfall” display, a super-powerful chipset, the most important camera sensor since the Lumia 1020, insane slow-mo capture, ToF modules front and back, plenty of battery with all kinds of charging options, and an IR blaster. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro. [Also read this: HUAWEI P30 Pro]
Mate 30 Pro 5G Phone is 6.53″ OLED display wraps round the sides, one-upping Samsung’s own recent efforts within the field. A cutout up top houses a 3D ToF camera for bokeh effects and advanced face recognition, and there’s another ToF module on the back as well.
That’s not the star of the show on the back; however – that role is shared by two 40MP shooters. One of them is the brand new ultra wide angle Cine Camera – even if it’s not the widest around with a focal length of 18mm, it’s its huge 1/1.54 inch sensor, its autofocusing capability, and therefore the 7860fps slow-mo capture that make it stand out.
The other camera is from the P30 Pro, the SuperSensing 40MP RYYB 27mm primary module.
A 3x telephoto is additionally present, and Huawei found no room on the Mate for the 5x periscope from the P30 Pro.
A new generation Kirin 990 does the number crunching, a 7nm SoC with an octa-core CPU, a 16-core GPU and a dedicated dual-core NPU for AI-related operations. Storage is the fastest available UFS 3.0 in your choice of 128GB or 256GB with the option for expansion via Nano Memory – a suboptimal proprietary standard, but there nonetheless.
Powering all this is a 4,500mAh battery, the largest yet on a Mate, with 40W wired charging and 27W wireless power transfer going both in and out.
Mate 30 Pro 5G phone price in Nepal was expected to be NRs 150,000
Mate 30 5G price in India was expected to be Rs. 69,990. Mate 30 Proto be launched on Jan 31, 2020.
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