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Huawei Mate 30 Pro to Come with Nearly 90-Degree Curve and OLED Display

The leaked photos show the sides of the screen to go down 90 degrees to the back of the phone

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Now, curved sides on a smartphone isn't anything new, but these new leaks seem to show a radical change in design with an almost 90-degree curve for the Mate 30 Pro. Pixabay

Chinese smartphone giant Huawei’s next flagship — the Mate 30 Pro — is likely to come with nearly 90-degree curve and an OLED display expected to be at least 6.71 inches wide.

“Now, curved sides on a smartphone isn’t anything new, but these new leaks seem to show a radical change in design with an almost 90-degree curve for the Mate 30 Pro.

The leaked photos show the sides of the screen to go down 90 degrees to the back of the phone, giving the phone presumably an entirely rectangular shape and having most of the phone covered by the OLED screen,” stuff.tv reported on Friday.

The renders of the forthcoming Huawei Mate 30 were leaked online a few days back that suggest the front of the device would get very thin bezels and a hole-punch notch with a dual-lens front-facing camera in it.

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Chinese smartphone giant Huawei’s next flagship — the Mate 30 Pro — is likely to come with nearly 90-degree curve. Pixabay

The device is expected to come in black, red and blue colours, according to the leaked images.

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Previous rumours about the handset have pointed to a 6.7-inch QHD+ screen, a 4,200mAh battery along with Huawei’s proprietary Kirin 985 processor. (IANS)

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Huawei Plans to Bring Watch GT 2 Soon in India

India is the third-largest wearables market in the world after China and the US

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According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the India market for wearable devices apaert from Huawei, grew 30.9 per cent quarter-over-quarter in the second quarter of 2019 and 123.6 per cent when compared to the same quarter a year ago, reaching an all-time high of three million shipments in a single quarter. Wikimedia Commons

Eying a bigger share of India’s growing wearable market, Chinese technology giant Huawei on Thursday said it would bring Kirin A1-powered devices to India next month. This chipset is expected to come with Huawei Watch GT 2.

Huawei claims the smartwatch can provide battery life of up to two weeks as the Kirin A1 enables “incredibly” low power consumption.

Kirin A1 comes with an advanced Bluetooth processing unit, a powerful audio processing unit, an ultra-low power application processor and an independent power management unit, Huawei said.

The chipset supports Bluetooth 5.1.

“The Kirin A1 is a very powerful chipset and is anticipated to bring in a paradigm shift in India’s wearable market,” Tornado Pan, Country Manager, Huawei Consumer Business Group, Huawei India, said in a statement.

“In line with our legacy of eliminating consumer pain points, products powered by this chipset will provide unparalleled performance, power efficiency and connectivity,” Pan said.

The chipset enables users to enjoy their exercise routines safely and better their performance, by leveraging enhanced data quality, Huawei said.

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Huawei claims the smartwatch can provide battery life of up to two weeks as the Kirin A1 enables “incredibly” low power consumption. Wikimedia Commons

Huawei Watch GT 2 supports features like Bluetooth calling in the 46 mm series, in-device music (in select regions), Message Notification, TruSleep 2.0 sleep tracking and TruRelax pressure monitoring.

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the India market for wearable devices grew 30.9 per cent quarter-over-quarter in the second quarter of 2019 and 123.6 per cent when compared to the same quarter a year ago, reaching an all-time high of three million shipments in a single quarter.

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India is the third-largest wearables market in the world after China and the US. (IANS)