Huawei at IFA trade show announced that its latest Kirin 980 powered Mate 20 series will be launched on October 16, and now we have another confirmation about the Huawei Mate 30 release time. According to the TechRadar report, Huawei CEO, Richard Yu during an interview at IFA 2018 in Berlin, said that “Mate 20 will be even better than the P20 Pro… and next year the P30 will be even better ” According to the Richard it is now confirmed that there will be a new Huawei P30 smartphone next year in 2019.
Richard Yu also revealed that the upcoming Mate 20 will feature real-time object recognition made possible by the company’s recently announced Kirin 980 chipset.
However, there is no exact date and time have been confirmed by the CEO, but it is expected that the new Huawei P30 could arrive in February 2019.
Meanwhile, Huawei is looking for its upcoming major launch event on August 16, where it will be launching the new Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro and the lighter version the Mate 20 Lite.