Huawei Mate 30 Pro will not have Google apps

Huawei Mate 30 Pro will not have Google apps

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The new Huawei phone, the Mate 30 Pro is an android phone without any Google apps. Huawei CEO Richard Yu acknowledged that this phone will not have Google apps and services. Instead, they will be using “Huawei Mobile Services”.

The Huawei has been using its services in places like China and now they plan to extend these services to Europe and other places. The new Mate 30 comes with 6.53 inch, 2400×1176 OLED panel, the back has 4 cameras and one is just for videos, a 40 MP camera sensor for pictures, an 8MP 3x telephoto, and a 3D sensing camera. Since the display is curved there is no volume rocker but you can put buttons on the sides of the phone. The approach of Google and Huawei is very different in the field of photography.  Google focuses more on software; Huawei takes a completely different approach and uses big camera sensors. The Mate 30 will have a 1/1.7 inch type sensor for a 40MP camera.

The 3D depth sensor allows the user to have bokeh background effects in a video. The slow-motion also comes with 7,680fps in 720p compared to 980fps seen in other phones. It also includes 8 GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, Huawei Kirin 990 soc (a 7nm, Cortex A76 based chip), and 4500mAh battery. The headphone jack will not be available.

The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro come in both 4G and 5G and also contain Sub-6GHz-90GHz which provides a larger range. The Mate 30 Pro comes in silver, green, purple, or black-colored glass. The options also include green or orange faux leather. Even though this phone is banned in the United States, in Europe the 4G version is € 1099 ($1214) and the 5G version is € 1,199 Euro ($1324).