The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is a familiar image by now, but seeing it in such a high-resolution leak does bring out some more of the subtleties present on Huawei's next flagship. The difference is that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro uses a waterfall screen, while the Huawei Mate 30 still has a normal screen. No matter what kinds of specs, features, cameras, or design it might sport, the Huawei Mate 30 series of smartphones won't have the one crucial thing that makes an Android phone worthwhile outside of China: Android apps from the Google Play Store. The new Mate 30 RS is a seamless evolution of the already exquisite Mate 20 RS design.
But the biggest surprise is the Huawei Mate 30 Porsche Design model (seen in the featured image, and below), with Blass's leaked renders showing a phone with a leather back and Porsche branding. The phone doesn't have a "waterfall" display with curved edges, but bezels are minimal on all sides.
Last but not least, Huawei is also preparing to introduce the Porsche edition of Mate 30 Pro.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro looks set to boast a truck load of features - from a supercharged quadruple-camera set-up, support for 5G networks, an all-screen design with improved facial recognition. the list goes on.
And it's not just a reduction as the online retailer is also offering customers the chance to pay for this device in monthly instalments meaning.
The most affordable of the lot is the Huawei Mate 30 Lite as pictured here. On the back is a circular camera cutout enclosing four sensors, and although it's as yet unclear what array Huawei will have on its latest flagship, a tweet from leaker "Ice universe" suggests that it could be two 40MP sensors, an 8MP sensor, and a time-of-flight sensor. Much like the Mate 30 Pro, we can see the quad-rear camera setup on this device as well, but some variation in the sensors and lens is expected.
And that's a shame, because the Mate 30 phones have all the makings of a great Android smartphone, including a lovely design, multiple cameras, great specs, and great battery life. The quad camera setup on the back seems to be the same, despite rumors that it will lack a 3D ToF sensor. The volume rockers are reportedly built-into the screen. The luxury smartphone will come in black and red colour options. Under the hood, it has a Kirin 810 processor.