A leaked product roadmap suggests Huawei is planning to launch 5G models of its Mate 30 series phones in December. The information actually comes straight from the company, as Huawei hinted about it during its 5G conference in Russia.
Huawei shared its roadmap for its 5G phones for 2019, confirming that the Mate 30 will have a 5G version and the series will launch in December. Meanwhile, the Mate X disable 5G smartphone will go on a sale in September. The Mate X was expected to release sooner, but the company delayed its launch to run more tests to ensure the device doesn’t come with the same display-related issues which were seen in Samsung’s Galaxy Fold.
The renders of the forthcoming Huawei Mate 30 Pro were leaked online few days back that suggest the front of the device would get very thin bezels and a hole-punch design with a dual-lens front facing camera in it. Report also suggest that the smartphone would be available in Red, Black and Blue colors.
Just like its predecessors, Huawei Mate 30 is expected to be made out of metal and glass, and chances are that the Chinese smartphone maker is looking for a way to remove a display notch from that phone. May be there would be a pop-up camera installed or something of that sort.