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 will continuously solve survival problems: Chairman
On September 26, Huawei attended the opening ceremony of STW 2022. At this event, the new rotating chairman of the company – Xu Zhijun delivered a short speech. He described how Huawei needs to make efforts in the field of research and development to solve environmental and survival problems.
Xu Zhijun reports that for confronting the survival problems in an extreme environment and developing a fruitful future, Huawei must continue its research and open innovation. Although, the company is trying its level best to prepare itself for future challenges. Yet, it is necessary to concentrate well on the technical field.
Over the last decade, Huawei has funded more than 845 billion yuan [118 trillion USD] in research and development. Besides, it marked an expenditure of more than 20 billion yuan [2.81 billion USD] in basic research.
However, the Chinese manufacturer managed to establish 86 basic tech labs and 172 joint laboratories for innovation. But, it’s time to focus on the new emerging obstacles that could harm the growth and evolution of the company, if not prevented.
Some major challenges:
Xu believes that even after a lot of achievements, several hurdles are waiting ahead in this evolution journey:
- Firstly the carbon neutrality goal. Challenges like poor stability in energy generation, low conversion efficiency, high energy storage price, less security, and mismanagement are standing in the mid-way.
- Global computing power demand is facing 2-3 orders of magnitude in the next coming years. Supply Chain and other essential components require more enhancement.
- Users are expecting the 5.5G network to exhibit an increase of 5 times in the uplink and downlink rates. What kind of core technology will the 6G network need is still a big question for the company.
- Artificial Intelligence is still a topic of concern for many operators. Its security, interpretability, small samples, computing data, and more are not easy to handle.
And the list continues to a far distance. Though the company has come up with several things, there is still a lot to move on with. Xu says,
“We need to work together to fully release the productivity of all walks of life, give birth to new industries, new business forms, and new models, and promote the progress of the world.”
OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta 2 rolling out with three new improvements
Yesterday, OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta 3 version was released for the developers. The version is based on Beta 2 and comes with the following three improvements.
- Enhancement of basic capabilities of standard systems
- Standard system application development framework enhancement
- Enhanced distributed capabilities of traditional systems
Check the OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta 3 complete details below.
Enhancement of basic capabilities of standard systems:
Pan sensor provides motor priority management capability. Multi-mode input provides features such as mouse style and speed settings, enhancement of mouse reporting events, configuration sequences to launch applications, and keyboard and mouse traversal.
The Misc service adds basic module features such as clipboard, upload and download, screen lock, and input method framework.
The kernel subsystem adds memory pressure notification to AMS, recycling priority management to support resident system services, and recycling priority management to support basic capabilities such as distinguishing extension status.
DFX supports faultloggerd mixed JS/Native stack printing, hilog domain whitelist management and log statistics functions, enhanced hisysevent and hiappeventssh event capabilities, and optimized hidumper memory classification information.
The unit testing framework has added parameterized data-driven capabilities, the UI testing framework has added the interface of throwing and complex gestures such as two-finger pinch capabilities. Xdevice has added the ability to collect device DFX logs after task execution is completed.
Added support for ES2021 in strict mode, modular support, runtime debugging and tuning enhancements, bytecode hot reloading, cross-platform support, etc. when compiling and running.
The account service has added user identity authentication service. The authority service has added support for precise positioning or fuzzy positioning, and other capabilities have been enhanced and added privacy management service.
The media subsystem supports audio decoding, audio encoding, video decoding, video encoding native interface, supports playback audio and video synchronization and startup time optimization, supports video hardware encoding and decoding capabilities based on HDI codec interface, supports distributed audio, volume, equipment Status management, device monitoring and broadcasting functions, support for distributed camera preview, photography and video recording.
Standard system application development framework enhancements:
Added DLP for events and notifications, added support for sending notifications from subsystems.
Support webview copy and paste, support basic audio and video playback, support HTTPS two-way authentication, and other capabilities.
Meta-capacity has added permission verification and rectification, startup rules, quick repairs, and cards that can be divided and combined.
DeviceProfile adapts to the automatic synchronization strategy of distributed databases and completes the collection of information.
Package management has added support for thumbnails and preview extensions. Some features have added support for cropping configuration, fool-proofing mechanism, and preset application-specific capability management. The installation process supports the hap package without decompression and supports a quick repair mechanism.
System service management supports cross-device loading of system services, foundation process restart, and recovery mechanism, distributed component management supports multi-user cross-device calls, and migration framework supports single-instance Ability migration.
Enhanced distributed capabilities of standard systems
The distributed database supports cross-device and cross-application sharing, RDB supports remote query/database encryption features and supports applications avatars. KVDB supports backup recovery/conditional synchronization/device online priority and centralized synchronization of system data.
Huawei and other companies certified for 100W fast charging power
Today, Huawei and some other tech manufacturers have gained fast charging certificates with a certified power of 100W. Apart from the smartphone devices, the certificates have approached some other charging equipment as well.
So far, we only heard that the general charging power of the new technology at the moment is 40W and it will gradually come to the count of 65W. However, the fast-charging certified power for Huawei and other partners is dynamically 100W.
Aside from smartphones, a few fast-charging chips, and charging products have also obtained these certificates. This is a good sign and indicates that soon consumers will experience an advanced way of powering up their devices.
Fast Charging: New Addition to the Technology field
Fast Charging is a new topic in the world of technology. Recently, the China Communications Standard Association and Telecom Terminal Industry jointly conducted a huge fast charging achievement conference in Beijing.
At this event, the cooperation released the first batch of fast charging certificates for 11 high-end products. These products consist of 4 terminals, 5 adapters, and 2 chipsets from 6 companies including Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi.
As a major part of this event, all four tech giants also delivered a short speech on how this unified fast charging will bring a safer and more secure environment for consumers. Thereafter, the cooperations began the certificate distribution procedure.
New Charging Technology will take time to adapt!
The Chairman of the Telecommunications Terminal Industry Association – Shi Xiaoguang mentioned that the sudden change in the traditional charging technology can give rise to several problems. For instance interoperability issues in interfaces, protocols, cables, and more.
Consequently, these issues will not only harm the user experience but will also risk security. Hence, to maintain the charging ecosystem, the Telecom Association will continue to integrate with China Communications firm to promote and expand the fast charging technology in the field of technical application.
In this manner, the objective of bringing an efficient and universal charging technology to users will be fulfilled.