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Huawei Mate 30 Pro Real Life Images Surfaced Ahead of Unveiling

With just less than two days away from the official unveiling of the feverishly-anticipated Huawei Mate 30 series, we wouldn’t be surprised to see more and more leaks coming in for the next 40 hours or so.

Now, a set of real life images of what seems to be the Huawei Mate 30 Pro had made it’s way to Chinese Weibo as well, showing off the entire front and rear design as well as it’s various color options.

Seen above, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will feature a waterfall display, pretty similar to what we had already seen from the recently announced Vivo Nex 3. Unlike typical curved display, the waterfall display has a more pronounced curved along it’s side edges which effectively removed the side bezels.

At the top of the front display, it will be coming with a rather huge rectangular notch which shares a close resemblance to what we had already seen on the current Mate 20 Pro. However, this time round it will be featuring an upgraded selfie camera module, as well as an improved face recognition system for it’s face unlocking feature.

On the back of the Mate 30 Pro, there is a circular island which houses 4 camera sensors, including two 40 megapixels sensors. From the images, it is obvious that the protruding camera module is surrounded by a relatively thick bezel. However, we do find the design rather neat and exquisite, even though there are some who feel that the rear camera looks rather awkward.

Seen above, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro will be available in four different color options including Space Silver, Cosmic Purple, Black and Emerald Green. Needless to say, the Mate 30 Pro will be a true flagship in every metrics even though it was earlier revealed that the device will not be arriving with Google Play apps and services this time round.

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