With new performance capabilities.
Huawei has launched the latest smartphone in the Mate 30 series, the Mate 30 Pro in Europe. Powered by the recently announced Kirin 990 chipset, it offers a faster and more intelligent user experience, and the largest battery Huawei has ever built into one of its smartphones, with what the company claims is the fastest wireless reverse charging.
The Mate 30 Pro sports a triple camera on the front, comprising a 40MP SuperSensing camera, 16MP ultra wide-angle and 8MP telephoto cameras. On the rear is a quad camera system with the 40MP cine camera, 40MP SuperSensing Cine camera, an 8MP telephoto camera and 3D depth sensing camera.
The new Mate 30 Pro will run on EMUI10, based on open source Android. Huawei Mobile Services will also be pre-loaded including the Huawei AppGallery, Huawei Browser and the new Huawei Assistant.
It also introduces an intuitive side-touch interaction feature that replaces side volume buttons with invisible virtual keys. The new smartphones will be available in space silver and black and features a futuristic halo ring design.
Huawei also unveiled its Watch GT 2 wearables. The new range comes with a Kirin AI chip, with a class-leading battery life and a host of new features and functions including 15 sports modes, 10 training modes specifically for running, an enhanced music player and Bluetooth voice calls.
Local launch dates and pricing for the Mate 30 Pro and Watch GT2 are still to be announced.
Huawei also announced that its FreeBuds 3 true wireless Bluetooth earbuds, in new black and white versions, will be released here in November. The accessory took out several ‘Best of IFA 2019’ awards in Germany for their active noise cancellation, wireless charging and high-quality audio features.
It was among the 20 awards and distinctions received by Huawei at IFA that also included the Kirin 990 processor, P30 Pro colours and the high-speed Wi-Fi Q2 Pro router.