Kirin 990, two 40 MP cameras and a curved screen. Huawei finally introduced the Mate 30 Pro

A few days ago, the long-awaited presentation was held in the German capital, at which the Mate 30 Pro was presented. Powerful hardware, elegant design and innovative technological solutions simply could not help riveting much interest on its release.
One of the main “chips” of the flagship was the camera system. The device has two sensors at once at 40 megapixels, one at 8 megapixels and a depth sensor. The camera features are incredible. Huawei claims that the smartphone is capable of shooting 4K videos at 60 frames per second, while Slow motion clips can shoot at an incredible 7,680 frames per second.
The 6.53-inch OLED screen bent around the edges eliminated the possibility of installing physical volume control buttons; instead, the sound is controlled by touch buttons on the side. There is no cutout for the earpiece on the screen; instead, technology is used to transfer sound directly to the screen surface.
The smartphone runs on the latest Kirin 990 chip, is equipped with a capacious 4,500 mAh battery with the option of fast charging and uses Android 10.
The cost of new items in the minimum configuration is 1,100 euros, the 5G version will cost 1,200 euros, and the exclusive "Porsche" version will cost 2095 euros altogether.