Huawei Mate 30 Pro renders leave nothing to the imagination

It's IFA 2019 and you can expect Huawei to be there. That's because a real party doesn't happen until 19 when the Huawei Mate 30 series is launched.

Using the Mate 30 Pro which uses the waterfall's curved bezel screen, you might think there is no room for side buttons anyway. After all this, it seems that Vivo NEX 3 5G is trying to sell. However, Huawei seems to find it good to leave the power button on the right side of the phone. According to rumors, the "slider" in size will be a touch-sensitive area above the only physical button.

The rest of the Mate 30 Pro's edges are extremely natural. This if you look at the lack of a "normal" headphone jack. Depending on the screen, there will be an IR amplifier at the top, at least. Because the use of IR Blaster certainly exceeds the number of users of the headset jack. No stereo speakers, though.

Of course, pièce de résistance is located in the middle of the back of the phone, a circular protrusion with a square network of cameras. All this space and no room for the LED flash that has been pushed to the rear corner. These four devices include a 40-megapixel variable aperture main camera, a 40-megapixel 120-megapixel camera, an MP telephoto lens and a 3D flight time sensor (ToF).
Most Mate 30 Pro already knows one exception: the fate of Google Play apps and services. Although the phone continues to run on Android, this may be the first real test to see if Huawei phones will actually sell without them.

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