Huawei yesterday unveiled four new smartphones at once: Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro Plus and Mate 40 RS Porsche Design. But as it turned out, the company announced another device – the Mate 30E Pro model.
The device is almost a complete copy of last year’s Mate 30 Pro, except for the chipset, which has been updated. The Mate 30E Pro is powered by the Kirin 990E chip. This is an improved version of the Kirin 990. It contains two high-performance Cortex-A76 cores (2.86 GHz), two more Cortex-A76 cores, but already with a frequency of 2.36 GHz (in Kirin 990 – 2.09 GHz), and four Cortex-A55 cores running at a frequency of 1.95 GHz (in Kirin 990 – 1.86 GHz). The Mali-G76 is used as a graphics accelerator, but it has two fewer cores (version MP14) than a similar GPU in the Kirin 990. The Kirin 990E is built using 7nm + process technology.
The Mate 30E Pro comes with Android 10 and EMUI 11 out of the box (the Mate 30 Pro came with EMUI 10). The novelty should go on sale in China from November 1. The cost has not yet been specified. But it is known that both versions with a glass back panel (black, silver, lilac and green) and versions with a faux leather coating (in orange or green) will be available.
Source: GSM Arena