As promised by Huawei, Mate 30 Pro in the existence without services Google

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Huawei has officially unveiled its new flagship Mate 30 Pro, and the launch of this phone is interesting not only because it comes from the world’s second-largest smartphone maker (after Samsung), but because it is Huawei’s first major launch after the ban imposed by the administration of US President Donald Trump and the bans of US companies to deal with Huawei.

As a result, Huawei Mate 30 Pro is an Android phone but does not include Google apps, and the company is not allowed to use the word “Android”, which is a trademark of Google.

After the end of a long offer for this phone, CEO Richard Yu acknowledged that the phone would not bring Google applications or services, but would instead come with “Huawei Mobile Services.”

Huawei has used its application system in China for some time, as the Google Play store is not available there, and now the company has to move this “Ecosystem” system to Europe and elsewhere in the world.

The two most important questions now are: Does anyone want to buy a phone without Google Play, Gmail, Google Maps or YouTube? How many apps will stop working without Google Play services?

Huawei seems to be aware of the seriousness of this situation, so he expects a drop of $ 10 billion in its consumer services business this year, because of the US embargo.

Phone specifications

Style

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a beautifully designed front panel, with an upper slot measuring 6.53 inches folded to the sides like Samsung phones, but Huawei boasts that the curvature of the screen around the sides is more competitive than those lies in the phones of his Korean rival.

The split at the top of the screen is wide and includes a face recognition sensor, an infrared array, and a 3D depth camera, as well as a 32-megapixel selfie camera, and another camera that allows the user to signal his hand to scroll through the pages or close his hand to take pictures.

Cameras

The back of the camera includes four cameras, a 40-megapixel camera only for video, a 40-megapixel camera for photos, a third 8-megapixel camera for remote shooting with triple zoom capability, and the fourth to capture 3D depth.

The four cameras are located in a black circle, while the flashlight is located outside this circle and next to it is the writing indicating that the lenses are German Leica technology.

Huawei benefits from the curvature of the screen on both sides of the camera, where the snapshot button can be set on the curved screen, and this curved screen can be used to control the intensity of the images, as it There are no noticeable buttons dedicated to this command.

While Google uses software to improve the quality of the image on its phones, Huawei is taking a different path with large camera sensors, with the Mate 30 Pro with a 1 / 1.7-inch sensor for the main camera. 40 megapixels, which is 75% larger than 1 / 2.55 sensor. 3 x 3 and 4pixel phone camera. The video camera sensor is also larger with a 1 / 1.54 gauge.

Other specifications

The phone is powered by Huawei Kirin 990 SOC (SoC) processor manufactured with 7-nanometer technology and comes with an 8GB RAM size, 256GB internal storage capacity and a battery of one capacity of 4500 mA.

The phone supports IP68 technology, which means it is water and dust resistant and supports 40-watt cable charging and 27-watt wireless. The phone does not come with a headphone port but supports the use of Huawei’s “Nano Memory” type external storage card, which can be placed in any of the chip’s slots. phone.


The phone uses Android 10 with the new version of the Huawei EMUI interface, the Android system being open-source, and Google can not block it, like its other services.
Also, the Mate 30 Pro is available in two versions: one supports 4G connections and the other 5G, but Huawei’s 5G technology is based on the “Sub-6GHz 5G”, a standard that is totally different from the standard 24G-90GHz used by US carriers, It is supported by Qualcomm.

The difference between them is that mmWave provides higher speeds in a smaller range, while Huawei offers lower speeds, but at greater distances, so it is more convenient to build efficient cellular networks, according to the website. specialized in Ars Technica technology.

The Mate 30 Pro comes with a variety of color options: silver, green, purple and black, with a green or orange synthetic leather background.

The company offers a 4G version of the phone for 1,099 euros (about $ 1214) and a 5G version for 1199 euros (about $ 1324).

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