We believed that the entire Mate 40 Series would be more than enough for Huawei cease to attract attention in the smartphone market. But with his new flagships shining on the mobile photography scene there was time for a relatively unexpected surprise: Huawei announces the Huawei Mate 30E Pro.
It is a slightly less powerful model of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro that we saw announced at the end of 2019. The stellar device has returned to the big leagues of the market, surely with a view to competing inch by inch with the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and it may do having changed only your processor from the main model.
Features of the Huawei Mate 30E Pro
Wherever you look at it, there is no way to distinguish the Huawei Mate 30E Pro from the model from which it takes inspiration. Both this new flagship like the original Mate 30 Pro, they have on their front the same 6.53-inch OLED screen with Full HD + image resolution and a wide notch at its upper end to fit its 32MP selfie camera and its respective sensors.
Its screen curves sideways with such a camber angle that it even fully covers its side edges. Which leaves us without physical buttons to control the volume or locked and turn on our screen. For that, we will have to program areas and touch commands on the side of this huge OLED display.
The latter is one of the things that the Mate 40 Series announced just hours ago has improved on. The combination of a curved screen with its tactile sides with physical buttons that, for many, are essential gives users true autonomy over the type of experience they want for their premium cell phones.
When turning the Mate 30E Pro we find the same quad camera with two 40MP sensors in wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses, in both cases equipped with PDAF and optical image stabilization. But the quad camera module is also completed by an 8MP telephoto lens and a 3D ToF sensor for photos and videos with effect. bokeh.
Said chamber is agglutinated in a cuboid compartment in the center of the upper end of its counter face. Therefore, we can appreciate that the Huawei Mate 30E Pro completely copies the rear appearance of the Mate 30 Pro. So much so that it is even launched with the same starting colors.
The internal memory configuration remains 8GB of RAM with 256GB of storage capacity expandable via microSD card and this, in turn, can be expanded by exactly double with the appropriate Nano Memory card.
In terms of power, we continue to find a 4500mAh cell with access to three types of fast charging: traditional wired fast charging that reaches a power of up to 40W, a wireless charging of up to 27W of power and a reversible wireless charging of even less power.
So what is new about the Huawei Mate 30E Pro compared to the original model of this flagship of 2019? Your processor. Instead of the Kirin 990 5G here we are talking about the immediate next rung down: the Kirin 990E 5G with ARM Mali-G76 graphics processor and 7nm + process technology.
This chip also has its own integrated Balong 5G modem so we will not lose access to this important connectivity.
Huawei announces the Huawei Mate 30E Pro which will be available on November 1 this year in China. The price was sadly not disclosed but we expect it to be at least south of the € 800 that a standard Huawei Mate 40 costs.