The images come courtesy of famed inside man Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter), who often posts images and accurate specs prior to official product launches. This time around, he got his mitts on a bunch of renders for the Mate 30 series. The image above, for example, shows the Mate 30 Pro.
The regular Mate 30 sports a smaller notch with two main camera sensors housed inside. We can also see support for 5G connectivity, just as it appears on the Mate 30 Pro. This is not surprising, given that Huawei has been aggressively pursuing 5G connectivity, having gone so far as to say its lead in 5G technology is the real reason for the US government's "loser's attitude" with the company.
Unlike the Mate 30 Pro, the regular version appears to feature a flat display—we don't get an angled view, but it does not appear as though the screen wraps around the edges. This phone will also feature four rear cameras.
One of the more interesting entries in the Mate 30 series is the Mate 30 Lite. If the design looks familiar to you, it's because apparently it is the same as Huawei's Nova 5i Pro, according to Evan. He does not clarify if the sameness extends to the specs, but as for the physical construction, it is identical, right down to the punch hole camera on the front and smaller quad-camera arrangement on the back. There's also a fingerprint sensor on the rear.
Mate 30 Porsche
Finally, there is the Mate 30 Pro Porsche Design, which is a luxury variant of the Mate 30 Pro. It appears to have a leather finish on the rear, available in black or red. That should make it less slippery, for users who do not put their smartphones inside a protective case.
Images Source: Evan Blass (@evleaks)