Huawei has verified the release date for its coming flagship mobile phone. In a brief teaser video message published on Twitter, Huawei said that future Mate 30 variant will probably be launched in Germany (Munich) on September 19th, 2019. The motive for the event is “Rethink Possibilities.”
In fact, Huawei will have needed re-think the possibilities for its Mate 30 smartphones. The Verge reported “Google told that they will not be permitted to be shipped with the key Google services, as United States’s companies are not allowed from doing business with Huawei.
— Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) September 1, 2019
As a result, most of the attention with this release will probably be focused on how Huawei can manage to get better results without Google software. As per previous reports, Huawei had been reportedly focusing on mapping a service API for third-party developers and trying to develop its own Play-Store alternative. recently the company has also exposed its own smartphone operating system, the HarmonyOS. but the Huawei Mate 30 will most likely be depending on open-source Android.
aside from software, Huawei’s latest flagship smartphones have amazing hardware, as well as the Mate 30 Pro will also follow the same tradition. it may utilize the “Kirin 990” processor, which Huawei is set to be announced this week at the IFA trade show in Berlin Germany. Some leaks indicated that the Mate 30 Pro will be featured with a large round quad-camera module and also a waterfall display with extremely curved edges.