As its imminent release comes near, the rumors and leaks surrounding the upcoming Huawei Mate 30 Pro have started to come out.
This latest one points out to one of the expected biggest features of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the cameras. And from what it looks like, it will outshine the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Rumor has it that the device will have not one, but two 40-megapixel primary cameras. The first one will have a 1/1.5-inch sensor with Huawei’s RYYB technology. It will also come with a dual aperture of f/1.4-f/1.6. We’ve seen variable aperture on devices like the Galaxy S10, but the one on the Mate 30 Pro is noticeably brighter.
The secondary 40-megapixel shooter will have a smaller 1/1.7-inch sensor, which is expected to power its ultra-wide-angle shooter. Lastly, we have the 8-megapixel sensor which shall have the P30 Pro’s popular 5x optical zoom.
No official word yet about what the rest of the specs will be. But if we were to speculate, Huawei will be introducing the successor to the flagship Kirin 980 processor with this device. A battery of at least 4,000mAh capacity is also plausible.
Although it’s still a few months away, we’re excited to see how it stacks up against the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which will make its official debut on August 7.