Huawei Mate 30 Pro – Specs and Features

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Huawei Mate 30 Pro
Huawei Mate 30 Pro

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

Huawei Mate 30 Pro design

The Mate 30 Pro has a display with 88 degrees of extreme curves, so that when you look at it from the front, you can hardly see any side panels. It is not practical to use, without a frame the Mate 30 pro looks fragile. It’s Gorilla Glass 6 what we’re talking about, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s fragile.

The missing buttons don’t make it easier to use either, for example you have to touch the side of the Mate 30 Pro, which is not available, twice to call up the volume Riegler. It is not as easy as it can be read, you have to learn that. The lack of buttons when taking pictures is also noticeable because one is forced to use the screen trigger.
 
The pages are very susceptible to unwanted touching, which can be annoying. According to Huawei, the pages should be considered a separate area and should be deactivated most of the time. We actually found that this statement is correct and that the function works almost perfectly.

In contrast to the sides without bezel, there is a notch at the top, which contains the selfie cameras, the ToF-Duo, the proximity sensor and the ambient light sensor. The absence of an earpiece is remarkable. Unusually, the Mate 30 Pro does the job of the earpiece by vibrating the display. The Mate 30 Pro has only a single speaker attached to the bottom. The USB-C port, the microphone and the card slot are also on the bottom. It has a suitable IR emitter on the top side. High on Huawei that you have installed one on the Mate 30 Pro with another microphone that is also nearby.

Between the two glass parts there is shiny aluminum which is only a millimeter wide, in contrast to the lower and upper sides, where it is actually comparatively thick.
The double LED flash and a light temperature sensor have been incorporated into the upper left corner.

Space silver, classic black, emerald green and cosmic purple are the colors in which the Mate 30 Pro is available. It measures 158.1 x 73.1 x 8.8 mm and weighs 196g, and the display is 6.53 inches.

The Mate 30 Pro is equipped with one of the increasingly common OLED displays, which has a resolution of 1176×2400 pixels.

The manually adjustable maximum brightness is 464nits. the Mate 30 Pro shows some light black light when maximizing the brightness in auto mode. The smartphone is very useful for taking pictures outdoors. The Mate 30 Pro has a color and eye comfort function, as well as others like, Natural Tone switch that adjusts the display output to the ambient lighting. One of the important ones is the blue light filter.

The display of the Mate 30 Pro supports HDR playback, with this we were even able to play HDR YouTube videos.

Huawei Mate 30 Pro battery life

The Mate 30 Pro has a new battery capacity of 4,500 mAh. With this everything is possible. The included 40 W Huawei SuperCharge adapter fully charges the smartphone in 1 hour and 5 minutes, but you can only achieve this speed with the original charger. The Mate 30 Pro also enables wireless charging with 27 W.

Android 10 is immediately ready for use on the Mate 30 Pro, but there are no Google apps or services that the Play Store also comes with. The Mate 30 Pro is one of the first smartphones with Android 10 and the internal EMUI 10. Probably because of this, it has the most remarkable change in the notification shadow and the fast switching. The elements on the user interface are more rounded and flowing with the Mate 30 Pro and overall much more appealing. Like all other smartphones, the Mate 30 Pro has a fingerprint sensor.

It also has a face unlock that works with the ToF camera, making it much safer than camera-based selfie implementations. It works quickly, works in the dark and can be set so that no wiping is required after recognizing the face, so in short it is a smooth function.

Huawei Mate 30 Pro Synthetic properties

The new Huawei Mate 30 Pro runs on the Kirin 990 chipset. This is not to be confused with the Kirin 990 5G, which is integrated in the Mate 30 Pro 5G and works quite differently. Finally, the Kirin 990’s neural processor unit (NPU) consists of a “large” core and a “small” core. while the NPU of the Kirin 990 5G is integrated like the Mate 30 Pro 5G, it also has a large core. These complicated differences are all nice, but we don’t have a 5G Mate 30 Pro here anyway. We don’t have the 5G model that we can compare with, but we do have a few others, for example the Mate 30 Pro has a performance mode in which heat and battery consumption is not as traditional and the one in comparison is higher Performance.