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The secret Huawei Mate 30 Pro counted seven cameras

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Huawei has not been able to keep the design of its new flagship Mate 30 Pro, which will be officially unveiled on September 19 in Munich, a secret. A video appeared on the network with a detailed three-dimensional model of a smartphone created from leaked drawings.

The author of the leak is the famous @OnLeaks, who released the video in collaboration with the Indian site PriceBaba. The main feature of the smartphone in terms of appearance will be a “waterfall” display – now called screens that strongly go to the side faces.

Huawei engineers could not get rid of the wide “bang” in the style of iPhone, but they managed to release the first smartphone in history without mechanical volume buttons. Yes, the Mate 30 Pro has only one mechanical button on video and photo renders in high resolution. You will have to adjust the volume in a touch way, most likely by swiping over a specific area of ​​the screen on the edge of the case. This, of course, if you believe the leak – @OnLeaks warns that he got a “problematic” drawing.

The smartphone is quite large: 158.1 by 73.6 by 8.7 mm. Moreover, in the area of ​​the round photomodule on the rear panel, the thickness reaches 9.7 mm. This, according to rumors, will allow you to place two 40-megapixel sensors (with standard and ultra-wide-angle lenses) at once, an 8-megapixel sensor with a 5x telephoto lens and a ToF depth sensor. The device has three self-cameras at once, but nothing is known about their functions.

The Mate 30 Pro will use the new Huawei HiSilicon processor, the announcement of which is expected at IFA – Kirin 990, probably equipped with an integrated 5G module. There have been no leaks in terms of RAM and built-in memory, but the battery capacity is known – 4500 mAh. It will support a 25-watt fast charge.

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