Huawei has had an unlucky year. The Chinese company was blacklisted by the US and consequently, had its Android license cancelled. Recently, US President Donald Trump gave American companies the go-ahead to do business with Huawei again. While the company has suffered a major setback, that hasn’t stopped it from looking ahead. Huawei is working on its Mate 30 Pro flagship, and a new render has leaked giving us a fair idea of camera module.
The render of the back panel depicts a centrally-placed rear camera module with four sensors arranged in a circular manner. In the centre of the cameras is Leica branding and an LED flash. Text next to the cameras mention 5x optical zoom, which is higher than the 3x zoom on its predecessor. It remains to be seen whether the 10x hybrid zoom of the P30 Pro will make its way to the device.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro was launched in November last year and the Mate 30 is also likely to launch towards the end of the year. As far as specifications are concerned, the Mate 30 Pro is expected to be powered by the Kirin 985 SoC and will most likely support 5G. Earlier rumors have also hinted at a display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 55W fast-charging support.