Huawei unveiled the Mate 30 Series at a launch event in Munich on September 19, 2019.
The Mate 30 Pro, often looked at as the elder sibling to the P series of Huawei's smartphones, has put a massive emphasis on its camera partnership with lens manufacturer Leica.
The new smartphone features four cameras on the rear - a 40MP SuperSensing camera, another 40MP cine camera and a 8MP telephoto camera, along with a 3D depth sensor.
The cine camera, an industry first, features a large 1/1.54-inch sensor size with a high maximum video ISO of 51200 to capture videos with an extended dynamic range at 4K/60fps as well as ultra-slow-motion at the highest 7680 fps.
It also supports 4K Low-light Ultra-wide time-lapse video. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro also offers pro-bokeh capabilities while recoding for professional looking results.
Additionally, the second of the dual-camera system is a 1/1.7-inch Huawei SuperSensing Camera which attracts 40% more lights to deliver results in low light conditions with an impressive light sensitivity of ISO409600.