Review of Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 pro


On Thursday, September 19, 2019, Huawei shows new Mate series in Munich, Germany, Huawei’s Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro are the latest Chinese flagship phones, both focused on camera issues and The Pro version also comes with 4G and 5G versions. The two phones come with new tips on-screen design, selfie camera, and related technologies as well as connectivity options. Huawei has also come up with new solutions called AppGallery and Huawei Mobile Services due to the problems created for the brand over the past months by abandoning the Play Store and Google Play services.



The first new thing about the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro are their design; they both feature a new rear-facing camera design that features a large black circle with four camera lenses, it is intended to look like a DSLR camera lens.


In both the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, four cameras are used in the rear, both of which have an OIS 1.7-inch RYYB 40-megapixel sensor with an OIS sensor that was previously used in the previous generation. The P series was also present. The aperture of these cameras varies, of course, with the normal f / 1.8 focal length, and the focal length at f / 1.6. The second common camera is an 8-megapixel telephoto spec, which unlike the P30 Pro doesn’t use the periscope structure, reducing its optical zoom from 3x to 3x. It also uses optical image stabilization or OIS. The third camera in both models is the ultra-wide-field-of-view type, which despite their similarities in performance, actually shows a big difference between them.
The Mate 30 Pro uses an additional 40-megapixel camera with a 1.5 / 1.5-inch 18mm focal length, and Huawei’s Cine camera is named for its video and cinematic capabilities. The 3: 2 image has an f / 1.8 aperture for the first time on a Huawei handset, supporting 4K video recording at 60 frames per second and slowing 720p resolution at a staggering 7,680fps. The camera can still increase ISO or sensitivity up to 51,200 during video recording and supports HDR + format. The standard Mate 30 Ultrawide camera is but simpler, and similar to the P30 uses a 16-megapixel resolution with f / 2.2 aperture. Apart from the three cameras, a ToF depth detection unit is used in both handsets.


The controversy between the Mate 30 and its Peruvian version of the selfie camera continues, with both the 24 and 32-megapixel cameras f / 2.0, respectively. Alongside the 32-megapixel camera in the Pro version, a new 3D detection hardware is being used in collaboration with Huawei’s dedicated Da Vinci NPU using a new algorithm to detect hand movements. The new AI also supports AI-based auto-rotation, which lets users decide on auto-rotate UI by following users’ heads and using accelerometer information.


The dimensions of the mate were 30 times that of 160.8 × 76.1 × 8.4 mm. It weighs 196 grams, but in the Pro version, despite its thickness increasing to 8.8 mm in the normal version and 9.5 mm in the leather version (called Vegan Leather), its length and width have been reduced to 158.1 and 73.1 mm, respectively, and 198 g. There was also no change to the normal version.


The Mate 30 Pro standard in both 4G and 5G versions is IP68, but in the Mate 30, the body waterproof and dust resistance has been reduced to only IP53, which only offers to waterproof.
The Mate 30 Pro is a 6.53-inch full-HD OLED spec with a resolution of 18.4: 1080 x 2400, which supports DCI-P3 and HDR standard. The panel also features a new generation of blue light filtering that generates 25 percent less blue light than the Mitsubishi 20 Pro. The standard Mate 30 screen is but 6.62 inches larger; the usual OLED display is equipped with a standard 1940: 1080 x 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and lacks the Mate 30 Pro’s curved panel. The display of both models is rectangular in shape at the top, which is slightly larger than the Pro model. The fingerprint sensor is still beneath the screen layer of both phones.


Chip Set:

Processing on both the Mitt 30 and Mitt 30 Pro handsets is done with the Kirin 990 processor, which was officially introduced in two conventional and 5G versions long ago, with the latter using an internal modem supporting up to 6 GHz. The process of designing the Kirin 990 apparently took place before the introduction of the new generation of ARM A77 processor cores, and the same processor uses the same ARM Cortex-A76 cores present in its previous generation of processors.


The processor uses two strong 2.86 GHz cores in the first cluster, which has increased frequency compared to the previous one, and two other cores with a frequency of 2.09 or 2.36 GHz (in normal and 5G, respectively) are in the second cluster. . Finally, in the third part of this processor we come up with four low-level ARM A55 cores that are used for simpler tasks. The graphics processing in this series is handled by the Mali-G76MP16, which will deliver very high throughput with 16 processing cores. The collection is based on the new 7nm TSMC 7FF + EUV lithography, which allows the processor to be minimized further.
Both models have 8GB of RAM, but the 128GB and Peru versions have 256GB of RAM, both of which can be upgraded to 256GB with a dedicated NM Card slot.


The battery in the Mate 30 Pro with 300mAh capacity increase over the past is now a 4,500 mAh prototype, and the Mate 30 will also come with a new 4,200mAh battery. The wired charging power is still 40 watts, but with wireless charging, we see a major upgrade where the charger has now increased to 27 watts.


The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro both come with the tenth version of Android, this time with no extra edible prefix to its name. The operating system interface, of course, is still the proprietary version of Huawei and its latest release, the EMUI 10, with new features such as the new generation of always-on screens and an overall dark mode. The platform also offers new options related to artificial intelligence such as hand gestures to navigate through menus and the like. But the most significant change in software in the two phones is undoubtedly the absence of Google services such as the Play Store and Play Services, where for the first time in terms of terms for the brand interacting with US companies, apparently the solution for Huawei is to remove services. Google and investing in alternative solutions are left.

Huawei has come up with new internal solutions to this problem, including Huawei Mobile Services or HMS as a replacement for Google Services and te App Gallery instead of the Play Store. The Huawei ID App Store, which is used as a download ID, said Huawei said it had 390 million active users during the month and downloaded 180 billion apps last year. Huawei’s solutions are not limited to these two titles, replacing Google’s Huawei Mobile Cloud with Google Photo and Google Drive, Huawei Video’s local display for movies, TV shows and documentaries (currently only available in Italy and Spain), and even a browser The company’s Internet has also replaced Google Chrome.



The Huawei Mate 30 Pro comes in 4G versions of six colors of purple, black, light green, orange and silver for € 499 and the Mate 30 Pro 5G still have the same 8GB / 256GB memory for € 1,199. The Mate 30 colors are more limited than the Pro version and will be available in a range of silver, black, purple and green at a base price of € 799 by removing one of the greens and orange ranges.


Huawei Mate 30

Huawei Mate 30 Pro


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