Huawei with Mate 30 all-screen to take on Samsung Note 10
Huawei is famous for its enthusiasm for innovation. However now we are witnessing CHANGE in trend. According to T3, company is working on its new Huawei Mate 30 with all-screen display and a pop-up selfie camera to avoid any notch or punch holes from its flagship phone screen. This can give a tough time to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
According to Mobielkopen, the Chinese manufacturer is preparing to launch the Huawei P Smart Z, which will have a selfie-camera setup following the trend set by Oppo and Vivo. This news is followed by LetGoDigital, where Huawei has registered the brand name “P Smart Z”.
In specs view, the P Smart Z offers a Kirin 710 chipset, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage and a 4,000 mAh battery, while the 6.59-inch display has a resolution of 2340 x 1080 Full HD + and a pixel density of 391 pixels. puts firmly.
If Huawei follows a similar strategy like Samsung, we see that the company has removed the camera notch on Mate 30 and the company made its first full screen flagship phone. Considering that the Huawei Mate 30 is ready to enter a 5G variant, this would be very challenging upgrade for all 5 star P30 Pro.
However, there is another equally challenging scenario: if Mate 30 has a date that is likely to be released in October 2019, does this give Huawei enough time to develop a screen camera?
It was a long shot, but Samsung jumped in and confirmed that it was planning a feature like this. In a briefing in March 2019, Samsung’s R & D group Vice President Yang Byung-duk confessed that Samsung still did not produce such a display for two years or more – Huawei first got there on 30 October as Mate 30, if you can even come with the Huawei P40, it will be a professional blow in March 2020.