Today, a leaked video depicting the upcoming Mate 30 Pro had apparently made it’s way to Chinese Weibo. Although it’s only a short 5 seconds clip, but that’s certainly enough to show us some prominent details of the device’s front panel.
Similar to the Vivo NEX 3, the Mate 30 Pro seems to have the same sort of waterfall display which has more pronounced curve along it’s sides. This effectively eliminates the need for size bezels as seen from the video.
Likewise, it will also retains a pretty large notch on it’s forehead, akin to the current Mate 20 Pro. However, the top-notch is said to have redesigned to house the second generation’s face recognition hardware this time round. The device we saw in the video indeed shares a close resemblance to the alleged renders of the Mate 30 Pro which we’d seen earlier on.
Sad to say, the video doesn’t shows us any details on it’s rear chassis. However, it has been pretty much confirmed to come with a circular housing which comprises of an array of quad-cameras, including two 40 megapixels sensors.
As mentioned, the upcoming Mate 30 launch has been complicated by the US trade ban which has effectively cut off it’s access to crucial Google Play apps and services for the device. However, it was also reported that Huawei is currently exploring a workaround solution for users to install Google Play services and apps on the Mate 30 series smartphones.