Huawei Mate 30 Pro is to hold its launch until 3 months time but a new leak has revealed what the phone looks like. The new leak is a set of live photos posted by Ice Universe (original source now deleted) that show us the Mate 30 Pro ahead of its release.
In the photos, we see the Mate 30 Pro alongside some other devices. There are actually two units of the phone in the images and both are in a case that hides their rear design but which give us a good look at the screen which is said to be called a “Waterfall Display”.
The Mate 30 Pro’s display is curved on both sides so there practically aren’t side bezels. The top of the display is home to a notch – a long but narrow notch that packs the front-facing camera and a bunch of sensors. A previous leak showed the phone’s screen protector and there are a plethora of sensors, some of which should be for a highly secure face identification system.
The images also show the phone has a pretty thin chin which should contribute to a higher screen ratio.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro should launch in October and be the first to be powered by the yet-to-be-announced Kirin 985 processor. It is reported to have a 6.71-inch QHD+ screen which draws power from a 4200mAh battery. It is also said to support 55W fast charging which is much faster than the upcoming Galaxy Note10 Plus’ 45W fast charging.
The Mate 30 Pro will have a quad-camera setup on the rear and will launch alongside a non-pro model. There will also be a Mate 30 Lite which has already been certified by TENNA and should launch soon.