Everybody's favourite Twitter leaker, Ice Universe, also chipped in with his thoughts on the Mate 30 Pro specs compared to the Note 10, which boils down to Samsung's cameras being garbage compared to what Huawei has to offer.
The redesigned Huawei Mate X sports a Leica quad camera setup including a 40-megapixel wide-angle sensor, a 16-megapixel ultra wide-angle sensor, an 8-megapixel telephoto sensor, and a ToF depth sensor.
The rounded camera arrangement rumored for the Huawei Mate 30 series has been a controversial topic ever since it first popped up, with conflicting rumors following it up hinting that it would not happen after all. Huawei debuted this RYYB pixel arrangement in its P30 Pro by way of its SuperSpectrum sensor. This means that the Note 10 will be the eight flagship smartphone from Samsung to utilise this sensor. Theoretically, this will go well with a larger sensor that enables the smartphone to gather more light. "The second 40MP 1/1.7" 120° ultrawide lens will also come with cine lens features.
The report highlights that the first batch of devices to be equipped with HongMeng OS will be Honor Smart TV series, which will be introduced on August 10. Some European users may not give the Mate 30 Pro a chance if it's running HongMeng OS instead of Android, but Huawei really doesn't have much of a choice at this point. It is also believed to have a 10W wireless reverse charging and 55W fast-charging support. 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. However, it is worth noting that these are just leaks and just like all other leaks this must be taken with a spoonful of salt.