Real-life images of possible Huawei Mate 30 Pro leaked
A handful of real-world photographs claiming to show the Huawei Mate 30 Pro have been uploaded to Weibo. It’s important to point out that the images could have been faked or altered, and the headlining device in question may not even be the Mate 30 Pro, but so far the general consensus has agreed that this is the forthcoming flagship from the Chinese manufacturer.
There’s not much that can be taken from the images in terms of specifications, as it seems that a couple of Huawei technicians have simply taken Mate 30 Pro test units on a train ride to likely test out network coverage in public spaces. The smartphones appear to have very slender bezels and a curved display, although there is quite a wide notch in the top center of the Mate 30 Pro.
The size and positioning of the notch in the supposed Huawei Mate 30 Pro seems to be something of a risky design choice for the Chinese manufacturer, although consumer acceptance will also depend on what Huawei decides to install in the notch in terms of camera equipment and sensors. A recent concept render of the smartphone showed a very subtle pill-shaped cut-out notch in the top left-hand corner, whereas the device in these real-life images clearly has a much more obtrusive notch. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is expected to be released in the final quarter of 2019, possibly in October.