We’re in the second half of 2019 and it’s time to move towards the launching of Mate 30 series – Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30 RS, Mate 30 Lite and Mate 30 series 5G. As these devices are ready to showcase Huawei’s next-gen smartphone technologies.
And to anticipate the launch, we’ve some pieces of information that we want you to know about and we’ve gathered all of them into one place.
According to the leaks, Huawei Mate 30 to be featuring a 2.5D display with smaller notch compared to Mate 30 Pro, equipped with a waterfall display including a wide notch to house 3D face security sensors and the size of the display expected to be bigger than the predecessor.
Huawei Mate 30 and 30 Pro will have a new circular camera design to house quad cameras and there’s a set of LED flash placed on the top left corner.
The Mate 30 Pro has dual main Leica cine quad-camera consisting a 40MP Cine camera (main) + 40MP of SuperSensing camera (main) + 8MP telephoto camera + 3D Depth Sensing Camera.
The dual main camera of this flagship are vary in sizes, first is 1/1.7-inch IMX600 series sensor and the other one is also an IMX600 series lens jointly developed by Huawei and Sony, as its size expected to be around 1/1.5-inch.
On the other hand, Mate 30 may only have Leica triple rear camera but the specs are currently unknown.
The front side of the Mate 30 Pro has three cameras and sensors to power up the 3D face security. The Mate 30 has a dual front camera as well as sensors.
The Mate 30 series will also support 4K video recording at 60 frames per second (fps), which was locked at 30fps in previous flagships. Moreover, a leak suggests that the Mate 30 Pro may come with 8K video recording.
The camera is enhanced with new AI features and Ultra High Definition night photography.
Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 RS come to be powered by Kirin 990 series processors for both 4G and 5G versions. Huawei Mate 30 could start with 6+128GB version and Mate 30 Pro Pro base model with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage that could go up to 512GB, maybe more.
Huawei Mate 30 will come with 4200mAh and Mate 30 Pro with 4500mAh. It’s reported that this smartphone series will support up to 40W wired charging and 27W Wireless fast charging, while it’s interesting to see whether the company could include a faster wired charging for Pro version such as 55W or 65W.
Huawei will be using the cylindrical design on the back using curved rear glass. The Mate 30 and 30 Pro have USB Type-C ports and speaker grills and the Primary Mic at the bottom. Also, the Mate 30 is expected to come with 3.5 mm audio jack, which is excluded from Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 RS.
On the right, the Mate 30 has volume adjustment keys above the power button in comparison of Mate 30 Pro that only has a power button on the right side and there’s no physical button for volume adjustment instead it’ll come with the touch-sensitive area above power button for the feature.
As for the dimensions, the Mate 30 Pro measures roughly 158.1 x 73.6 x 8.7mm, with the thickness going up to 9.7mm around the camera bump.
The color options for Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro includes – color options – Space Silver, Cosmic Purple, Black, and Emerald Green.
Porsche Design Mate 30 RS:
Porsche Design Huawei Mate 30 RS will share the same software and hardware specs as Huawei Mate 30 Pro but has a premium design and finish similar to Mate 20 RS and comes in Black and Red colors.
Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 RS will run on EMUI 10 based on Android. As all three of these smartphones has in-display fingerprint sensors.
Huawei Mate 30 Lite:
Huawei Mate 30 Lite will be launched alongside other Mate 30 flagships and is similar to Huawei Nova 5i Pro. Since it’s an identical smartphone you can check its full specs right here.
Price and launch date:
Huawei has officially announced that the Mate 30 series will be unveiled on September 19 in Munich, Germany. The phone series will come with EMUI 10 based on Android 10, while the prices are yet to confirm.
More to come, Stay tuned…
Huawei takes Sunshine Computers to court for infringement
On 22nd September, a trademark infringement case between Huawei Technologies and Sunshine Computers comes to light. The civil court made the first instance judgment and announce the decision in Huawei’s favor.
According to the information, plaintiff Huawei takes the defendant Sunshine computers to court for infringement of its exclusive rights. The plaintiff claimed that its trademark is been used without the company’s concerns.
Huawei claims that Sunshine Computer Technology conspicuously used the company registered trademark “Huawei” without taking consent. Moving ahead, both parties are related to the same field and provides likewise kinds of services.
As the company didn’t approve the defendant to use the trademark, it’s infringing on the exclusive right to use this cited trademark.
Coming to the defendant’s part, it explains that the placement supplies were provided by the Huawei Loudi Company. Furthermore, the decoration was all completed by Huawei. Besides, the defendant also applied a counterclaim in court.
First Instance Verdict:
Department of Economic Damage of Guangdong announces this verdict. The court didn’t found any exact prove like an agreement or any written deal between both parties. Therefore, Sunshine Computer Technology is proven to uses the trademark with official permission.
The court instructed the defendant to instantly stopped using the plaintiff’s trademarks without his consult. Moreover, to reflects on the action defendant has to pay the compensation amount of 5,000 Yuan.
About Sunshine Computers:
Linked with computer-related parts and marketing this branch belongs to Sunshine Computer Technology Business Departmentinvoalved in this case. As per the data, it locates in Loudi City of Hunan province China.
50 Irish students will get Huawei scholarship worth €5,000 in Ireland
Huawei initiates a scholarship program for Irish students under its seeds for the Future 2021 activity. A total of 50 Irish students would be provided with a chance to avail themselves of scholar benefits and be a part of Huawei activities.
Luke McDonnell who is a senior communications manager at Huawei Ireland, sees this campaign for cultivating and rewarding future talents. He commented, the company is determined of empowering ICT technologies in Ireland, furthermore, it’s also encouraging the students to polish their skills and knowledge.
According to the news, Ireland is the first country in western Europe to receive this scholarship initiative. The company is hosting this program since 2015 in different countries, now it selects Ireland.
Moving ahead, the company has provided a pleasant capital of 250,000 in academic privileges. Selected top 50 students will be granted €5,000 each in this criteria. Participants have to complete an online course in a week that will start on 18th October and concluded on 26th October.
- Selected students will receive virtual Huawei campuses tours
- Opportunity to explore smart cities, AI, cloud computing, 5G and, IoT
- Guidance from Huawei senior engineers or guest speakers
- Huawei flagship store in Shenzhen visit
- Insights on modern Chinese business culture
- Coaching to learn Mandarin and calligraphy
Besides, the offered course will be based on STEM science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It’ll help them to develop their understanding of the ICT industry and know about Chinese culture.
Additionally, participants will also get a chance to be a part of Huawei’s Tech4Good project in team activities. It’ll let them know about the technical solutions for social and environmental problems. Moreover, it’ll the last chance to present their view encapsulated in a project to get the eligibility for the school.
- All undergraduate and postgraduate students in Ireland can apply for the scholarship
- The deadline for registration until 14 October on Thursday
- Applicants have to send their CV along with a short video about their interest
- Submission Address- email@example.com
- The course will start on 18th October
Huawei will not sell its smartphone business nor it’ll stop producing new ones: Chairman
During the Huawei Connect Event 2021, the Rotating Chairman Xu Zhijun and Huawei China Region President Lu Yon confront media on a specific question “about the sell of smartphone business due to certain issues”
Xu said that Huawei will not sell its smartphone business nor it’ll stop making new smartphones. He further mentioned that Huawei’s phone market and phones are indeed facing deep challenges and 5G Huawei phones are difficult to purchase at the moment.
Even after these difficulties, Huawei will not give up or sell on its phone business and will work hard to bring back the prowess of consumer business on track in due course.
“Wait for a few years because at least you have to have a dream and an aim that will keep you motivated” expressed Xu.
In May 2019, Huawei was added to the U.S. Entity List, the list is officially designed to counter Huawei’s surge in both network and smartphone business. Thereafter, Huawei was unable to purchase the required components and software services to build new devices in both the ICT and consumer sectors.
Aside from other crucial components, Huawei felt an immense shortage of chipset and Google proprietary software services. Even after these challenges, Huawei established its supply chain with different global suppliers. However, the U.S. expanded the reach of Entity List in 2020 and barred the company from printing new chipsets via chip makers such as TSMC.
This forced Huawei to drop manufacturing of its flagship chipset – Kirin by the end of 2020. Thereafter, Huawei consuming the chip stack that it has gather before the last round of sanctions.
During the launch of HarmonyOS on June 2, Huawei officially announced new devices with Qualcomm chipsets. Later on, the Huawei P50 Pro flagship was also unveiled with Qualcomm processors. Amid all of the issues, Huawei’s new phones also cannot access the 5G network, which has become a major lack of selling point for its smartphone despite all of the power-packed specifications.
Still, the company has decided to move further on this road and we’ll wait to see what Huawei can usher in the time of such difficulties.