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Huawei Mate 30 Pro camera leak preempts Galaxy Note 10 launch

Huawei might be equipping the Mate 30 Pro with two 40MP sensors to beat the Note 10

Last, but definitely not the least, Huawei has also trademarked the P300, P400 and P500 monikers, which may be an indicator that the company may change the naming convention of its next-gen P-series smartphones. However, there's another smartphone to be launched this October, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, which could outperform the Samsung Galaxy Note series flagship.

The leak spills the beans on the Mate 30 Pro's camera, which we've already heard whispers about.

The Samsung insider goes on to explain why such a gulf has opened up and it is quite alarming - the Galaxy Note 10 uses the same sensor as the Galaxy S7 which released way back in early 2016. On Twitter, reliable serial leaker Ice Universe shared some of the unbelievable details of the camera hardware if Huawei's flagship smartphone which emphasized the massive gap between the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

That's based on the presumption that the larger the sensor, the more light it can read. It is equipped with the same RYYB color filter like the one used by the P30 Pro.

The Huawei Mate X foldable smartphone features two FullView Display panels of 6.6-inch and 6.38-inch sizes that collectively make an 8-inch OLED FullView Display when unfolded. This feature of Huawei Mate 30 Pro is typically found in the works of professionals who prefer uninterrupted and optimized quality video recording.

The Mate 30 Pro is reported to sport a 40MP main camera and another 40MP ultra wide angle lens.

There might also be an 8MP telephoto lens which is capable of 5x optical zoom. But today, tipster Slashleaks published a case render for the Mate 30 Pro, once again revealing a circular housing for the rear camera mounted in the upper center region on the back of the device. Previously, we heard that the Mate 30 Pro would lack physical buttons, which will be replaced by virtual buttons on the side screen.

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