Huawei unveils the debut date of Mate 30

There has been endless speculation about the Huawei Mate 30 phone, but finally we have something official: the phone launches on September 19 in Munich.

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The date was revealed by Huawei Mobile’s Twitter account with a 7-second short video focusing on the smartphone camera.

The invitation reads “Re-think the Possible.” But the big surprise is that Mate 30 phones won’t have Google apps and services thanks to the trade war between the US and China.

It is possible that Google may apply an exception for Mate 30 devices and if not, Huawei will have to rely on its own Harmony OS operating system.

How it all ends up is not known until the phone debuts. But what we expect is a Mate 30 and a Mate 30 Pro. Previously leaked images suggest a rounded space containing rear cameras.

There has also been talk of wireless charging technology, but the main focus will be on software and applications that the Huawei Mate 30 will have. From the data provided by Huawei it is expected a photographic power that will make the difference.

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neOadviser – TECH

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