We expected to learn more on September 19th about Huawei's fresh flagship Mate 30 phone, but as we understand, it's difficult to maintain upcoming phones a secret. Pictures of the full line-up have now leaked internet thanks to a latest leak.
The data arrives via The Verge from the leaker Evan Blass and contains pictures of the next four machines. There's the Mate 30 Pro top-end, the standard Mate 30, the Mate 30 Lite and the Porsche Design Mate 30. The Mate 30 Pro and the Mate 30 are reportedly powered by the new Kirin 990 SoC chip, which has 5 G support, so these devices are likely to be5G.
The Mate 30 Pro's most noticeable feature is a enormous back camera module and an ever-controversial notch existence. There's also a "waterfall" display with a bent screen going from the front down the phone's sides. The Mate 30 Porsche Design will be a version of the Pro that comes with what looks like leather on the back in a bright red or black colour system.
It appears comparable to the Pro as for the standard Mate 30, but it has a slimmer cap and does not have the waterfall display. There's no back image of the Mate 30 so we don't know yet if it's going to have the same unique camera module.
It is thought that the Lite mid-range model uses the Kirin 810 chip and appears quite distinct from the Mate and the Pro, with the front punch-hole camera cutout and the back bent glass framing a straight rear camera cutout.
Huawei will use Android as open source software for the Mate 30 spectrum. However, because of the company's present US constraints, phones will ship without Google apps such as Maps and YouTube. This also implies that the phones will not have access to the Play Store, so many Android apps on the systems can be unavailable.
We'll have to wait to know about formal specs and sales until September 19th.