BEIJING – The launch Huawei’s Flagship Smartphone “Mate 30” has been hampered by the ongoing trade war between China and the US. Google has pulled its apps and services from the Mate 30 phone.
The high-end Mate 30 series, which features Huawei’s latest class-leading camera and 5G technology. The Mate 30 runs Android 10 but not the Google version.
Huawei is likely to see grim sales for the flagship smartphone Mate 30 series outside China after unveiling the model on Thursday.
The Mate 30 lacks Google services, popular apps, including YouTube or Google Maps.
Instead Huawei is pushing its own “fully open” mobile services platform for Android.
The new top-of-the-line Mate 30 Pro features a 6.53in Horizon Display flexible OLED. It curves to 88 degrees around the left and right sides of the device; and replaces the physical volume buttons with virtual sliders.
The Mate 30 features both a second-generation in-display fingerprint sensor and 3D face recognition.
A circular array of cameras on the back includes a 40MP main camera, a 40MP ultra-wide, an 8MP 3x optical zoom camera and a depth sensor.
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Its also capable of professional video capture and up to 7,680 fframes per second super-slow motion.
The Company has said the new 5G version of phone also has some of the widest support of 5G bands of any device. Enabling it to work in more regions around the world. It will be faster than any other phone including the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
It also supports dual-sim 5G, for using two networks at once, and has a large 4,500mAh battery to keep it running for longer.
Huawei also introduced new vegan leather editions, alongside various glass colors, and continued its design collaboration with Porsche Design, previously seen in the Mate 30 RS.
Huawei has not decided when the Mate 30 phone will be released in Thailand.
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