Posted on: September 29, 2019 Posted by: admin Comments: 32

Huawei Mate 30 Pro Hands On – Munich, Germany 19/09/2019

Tech Travel Geeks’ Chief Mobile Opinionist, Matteo, was a guest of Huawei in Munich, Germany, and he got some time hands-on with the brand new Huawei Mate 30 Pro device.
Video made in collaboration with Ausdroid:
* 6.53-inch OLED touchscreen, 1176 x 2400 pixels (~409 ppi)
* EMUI 10 on Android 10
* Octa-core Kirin 990 chipset CPU (7nm)
* 128GB or 256GB built-in storage, Nano Memory (NM) memory card
* Quad rear Leica cameras (40MP main f/1.6 wide 1/1.7″ sensor + 40MP f/1.8 ultra-wide 1/1.54″ sensor + 8MP f/2.4 telephoto 3x + 3D Time of Flight camera)
* Dual front camera (32MP with HDR + 3D Time of Flight camera)
* 4G LTE
* Fingerprint scanner (under display)
* Face Unlock
* 4500mAh non-removable Li-Ion battery
* Fast charging (40W) and fast wireless charging (27W)
* Reverse wireless charging (charging other devices wirelessly)
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  1. Kirin 990 (5G) is compatible with both TDD and FDD frequencies to meet all network conditions. With innovative 5G connection chip, Combine the Balong 5000 chipset &​ Kirin 990 (5G) chipset thereby making the maximum download speed of up to 2.3 Gbit per second and uploading the data at 1.25 Gbit per second, higher than 5G today.

  2. Daimn you're one of the first ytbers who's uploaded the proper hands-on video of mate 30 pro!

    Can you tell me how's the speaker's quality are they loud and clear? &
    Is there gonna be a 512gb regular (non-porche) mate 30 pro variant available?

  3. Why is it you always called it waterfall display even if it's horizon display. Is it because oppo just first to released a name for that display entitled waterfall display but c'mon it's just their trademark for that screen and huawei also had it and it is called horizon display

  4. Here's a proposed solution:
    Leaked confidential documents had previously revealed that Google was going to charge European phone manufacturers $40 per phone for a license to Google Mobile Services…
    So why doesn't Google sell direct to consumers for the $40??? Then the consumer gets what they want, and Google isn't breaking any restrictions by selling to Huawei?
    I don't know about you, but I'd pay an additional $40 to Google in order to have a Huawei with Google apps…

  5. The fact that they got rid of the physical volume buttons and wenti with the software volume rocker is both good and bad. Imagine if the screen is damaged or cracked and does no longer register inputs the way it should do, then increasing and decreasing volume would become much harder, if not impossible in the worse case scenario ..

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