Huawei Mate 30 and mate 30 Pro is coming soon in India as Huawei is launching Kirin 990 Soc and these two smartphones are the first flagship phones to be powered by this processor which also has a built-in 5G modem. The Chinese tech giant without any exact date has made announcement that the 5G version of Kirin 990 will be available in India with upcoming smartphones.
Kirin 990 5G processor was announced by Huawei at IFA 2019 earlier this month. This is the company’s first mobile processor with an integrated 5G modem. It is based on a 7nm EUV process that will also offer better power efficiency compared to processors with a separate 5G modem like the Kirin 980. The 5g modem can offer download speeds of up to 2.3Gbps and upload speeds of 1.25Gbps.
5G services are expected to begin in India in the second half of 2020 before it launch the smartphone manufacturers are ready to bring 5G-ready devices to the market by early next year.
Smartphone companies like Realme, Nokia, and Xiaomi are ready to launch affordable 5G phones for the masses. Huawei’s Kirin 990 will be seen on high-end phones like the Mate 30 Pro and next year’s P40 Pro, for example.
The new 5G flagships are considered to have a high cost at the moment, and it is possible that Huawei will launch both 5G and 4G versions of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro in India.
The Mate 30 series will go official on 19 September in Munich, Germany. Then we will get to know the idea of its price. The company may also reveal when it plans to bring the Mate 30 series to India soon. Of course, that still leaves us wondering what kind of Android software the Mate 30 series will bring to India.
Tornado Pan, country manager (Huawei Brand), Consumer Business:
“As one of Huawei’s key markets, Customer-centric innovation is at the heart of everything we do in India. We have always believed in bringing the very best to our consumers by continuously focusing on innovation and making the experience better, every single time. The Kirin 990 is the very pinnacle of smartphone technology today and will leapfrog consumers into a new era of 5G.”