The United States government is unlikely to extend the temporary waiver to Huawei which would prohibit US companies to indulge in trade with it.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is easily the most controversial smartphone in the market right now. The U.S.-China trade war means the phone is not going to ship with Google apps pre-loaded which is a shame. But there’s no denying the fact that the phone is a camera monster and its DxOMark’s ranking proves just that.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro Announced with 6.53-inch Horizon Display, Dual 40MP Camera, 7680fps Slow Motion Video Recording, More
Huawei today announced its flagship Mate 30 series that will take on the likes of the Galaxy Note 10+ and the iPhone 11 Pro. Huawei phones have become a spec monster over the last couple of years and the Mate 30 Pro perfectly highlights that.
In an interview, Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei told that the company would consider selling its 5G technologies to a company based out of Asia. He also said that the buyer will be allowed to modify elements and also restrict access for the products created.
Google had banned and blacklisted Huawei earlier this year. The blanket ban caused unrest and cast a shadow on Huawei’s prospects in the U.S. However, the ban was temporarily lifted. Problems are far from over for Huawei as Google has refused to extend the access. Now, Huawei will be releasing smartphones without Google apps.
At its IFA 2019 conference, Huawei announced the Kirin 990 and Kirin 990 5G chipsets. The latter is based on the 7nm+ EUV fabrication process while the Kirin 990 is based on the 7nm fab process – same as the Kirin 980 from last year.
Detailed CAD renders of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has been published by @Onleaks which give us a clear look at the phone’s circular camera setup.
Huawei today announced that it would be announcing the Mate 30 series at a media event in Munich on September 19th. The teaser accompanying the announcement hints at the Mate 30 series coming with a circular camera hump at the rear as pointed out by the leaks.
Huawei managed to set the bar pretty high with its Mate 20 series last year. The company is rumored to unveil the Mate 30 series next month (Sept 18) and many expect the company to raise the bar in terms of smartphone imaging performance once again. However, even before its announcement, the Mate 30’s launch is in jeopardy due to the U.S. ban of Huawei.