Mate 20 pro was the finest smartphone we can lay our hands on, Huawei Mate 30 Pro needs to offer something even better. It seems Huawei have started working really hard on updates and here are the leaks and the most accurate rumors on upcoming flagship.
Huawei is on something of a roll as far as its Android phones are concerned. It may be facing difficulties in the US and certain other countries, but in Europe and the UK – as well as its home market, China, buyers are flocking to buy its latest handsets.
The Mate 20 Pro is the latest flagship and have loads of features packed in including the new Kirin 980 processor, three rear cameras, an in-screen fingerprint sensor, 3D face scanner and rear wireless charging as well as regular wireless charging.
As the company has ‘dual flagships’, the P30 Pro will be launched in 2019 at MWC, or just after. This will run in the same race with the Samsung Galaxy S10 and likely use the Kirin 980 but develop on other characteristics including cameras and possibly gain wireless charging as well.
Mate 30 Pro release date rumors:
Expected announcement date: 16 October 2019
Huawei has embraced a schedule to release the flagships. It launches the new P-series phones at the start of the year. And updates the Mate series at the end of the year.
In previous years Huawei has launched the Mate phone in middle of October. We can suspect that The Mate 20 Pro will also be launched at the same time.
Mate 30 Pro price buzz:
It’s possible that it’s going to be the most expensive Huawei phone till now, because of the rise in all flagship phone price. The Mate 20 Pro costs £899, up from the £799 that the Mate 10 Pro cost. We can assume that Mate 30 Pro cost £999? It’s not going to be unaffordable. We suspect it won’t rise that much. In due course, we’ll have to wait until Huawei announces the price in October.
Mate 30 Pro feature & spec rumors:
Huawei’s CEO, Richard Yu, says that Huawei will continue to focus on AI in 2019. In an open letter he stated, “We believe in the power of AI and are committed to using technology to extend the boundaries of what is humanly possible.
Once again we are not surprised. All phone chip makers are investing in AI R&D and foresee that within next decade the phones and the mobile phones will be running by proper artificial intelligence.
It’s too soon to say anything about the screen resolution and size. The only information so far – via Mobielkopen – is that Huawei has filed a patent for a phone case for camera cutout that is larger-than-before. The cutout is now rectangular. Instead of square on Mate 20 Pro. It is going to be a phone with high number of lenses.
We are not sure whether Huawei is going to add more lenses to zoom or something completely different. That is yet to be seen.
5G explained – what is 5G?
Before we get to the phones, we need to know what 5G is. It’s the successor to 4G or LTE, which thrived 3G.can you spot the pattern? Once the infrastructure of phones and the network have been made 5G-capable, we can all start relishing quicker upload and download speeds.
How much faster is it going to be? It depends on your device, location, and network. Improvements of around 15-50 percent should be possible in daily routine life. Theoretically, in lab conditions, 5G can improve on 4G many more times than that. But there is always room to grow. Just imagine you will be able to download 4K movies within few minutes.
5G isn’t only about the speed. It’s way more than that. You will be able to enjoy online streaming in train or in crowded areas. You will not lose connection in crowded stadiums or festivals.
It’s also about capacity, and being able to get a stronger signal in crowded areas. In other words, you shouldn’t lose connection at a crowded sports stadium or a music festival.
5G smartphones will lead the year 2019 with many of the biggest names in the business already confirming 5G-ready handsets such as the Galaxy S10, Huawei P30, and OnePlus 7 are scheduled for launch in the next year.
Then throw in the fact that Qualcomm’s President, Christiano Amon, has confirmed that “every Android merchant is working on 5G right now. It is clear that 5G is actually going to be here by the end of 2019.
Indeed, speaking at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii in early December 2018, Amon indicated that:
“By the holidays next year, every flagship handset – at least when it comes to those running Google’s Android software and using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor – will tap into 5G.”
Add in some extra leaks and hints to the official confirmations, and it’s clear that 2019 is going to be not just a year where 5G technology hits laboratories, but it will actually arrive in our mobiles… and that is a pretty good reason to be excited.
5G is here, and in 2019 5G phones are going to launch over the world. Think greater than before reality (computer graphics merging with the real world), virtual reality, improved streaming resolutions, holographic displays, enhanced power and next-gen cloud computing – 5G is going to be step in future for phones.
Partner these exciting developments with the other phone advancements charging over the horizon, such as totally notch-less and bezel-less displays, and it’s easy to see why many analysts are hanging to 2019 as a big year of change for smartphones.
Here we’re going to run through the best 5G phones we’re expecting in 2019, with makers like Apple, Samsung, Sony, OnePlus and Huawei already munching at the bit to launch astonishing 5G-enabled flagships.
2. Huawei P30 or Mate 30:
A concept image portraying Huawei’s much-awaited Huawei P30 smartphone.
We know Huawei is at work on 5G smartphones as Walter Ji, President of Huawei’s Western European Consumer Business Group spoke to T3 about it in an exclusive interview.
The senior Huawei executive confirmed that 5G would have “if not for P30, then for sure it will be in the Mate series next September”.
Mr. Ji said that:
“We have two flagship products. In March, we have the P series, and in October, we have the Mate series. So it will depend on how the chipset develops, because the 5G needs high power consumption.”
And, that’s an interesting consideration to process in regards to 5G. The technology would need both more space physically, as antennas need to be larger, as well as power.
We’ve been mesmerized with the P20 phones and the Mate 20 mobile phones that Huawei has introduced this year. Its 5G-ready 2019 contributions should definitely be worth a look too having upgraded speeds and connectivity.
Bearing in mind that the biggest issue right now for smartphone industry is battery life. With most flagship phones bringing at most a day and half of battery life between charges. Evidently manufacturers are going to have to find ways to upgrade their handsets’ internal battery life. Or optimize and streamline how energy is used.
The much better rumor. recent comments from Huawei boss Richard Yu have dyed-in-the-wool that Huawei’s 5G phone will be foldable too. He didn’t lay down a time frame but we can assume that 2019 is a good stake for this particular handset.