We all know Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro flagship smartphones are allegedly scheduled to launch on 19th September, and as the time of unveiling is getting closer the Chinese phone maker has speed up its preparation.
According to the latest report by Neowin, who attended the most recent Huawei Developers Conference, claimed that Huawei is bringing 4k videos at 60fps support to newer HiSilicon high-end mobile chipset, the Kirin 990. It is not completely surprising; the 4k@60fps camera recording technology in hardware has already been derived by Samsung Exynos and Apple chipsets, while before that the whole mobile will use Qualcomm-offered SoC that could make this enable.
Bear in mind it’s unofficial what will be successor chipset, we supposed Kirin 990, but Kirin 985 is in the rumors too.
It comes to know Huawei used to integrate Balong 5000 5G modem, thus the Mate 30 and 30 Pro will surely support 5G connectivity.
What we know so far about Mate 30 series? The forthcoming flagship handsets will have OLED 90Hz Display, 40MP camera, and up to 40W Fast Charge. Those two phones will cost you around $1,000.