Because of the prohibitions imposed by the United States, Mate 30 Pro, Huawei's most powerful smartphone at the moment, reached the market without any service from Google. However, it appears that this has not affected sales of the device, given that the Chinese giant has been registering positive numbers.
Now, seeking to prove the durability of the Mate 30 Pro, the channel JerryRigEverything subjected Huawei's top of the line to a rigorous stress test. Youtuber started the video by scratching the smartphone screen, which presented risks only at level 6, being more visible at level 7, something that is in the same pattern as other models.
With the help of a stylus, Jerry was able to peel off the metallic side of the Mate 30 Pro, but still with some effort, showing that the material chosen by Huawei is very resistant. The same could be seen at the bottom. The glass of the cameras also failed to be scratched.
As part of the test, Youtuber decided to light a lighter on the Mate 30 Pro's screen, taking a few seconds to present a small stain, which disappeared shortly afterwards. Finally, Jerry applied considerable force to bend the smartphone, but Huawei's top of the line did not break or show any malfunction.
Therefore, it is very clear that, in addition to delivering cutting-edge hardware and competent cameras, the Mate 30 Pro proved to be very resistant, and could be a great option for those looking for a durable smartphone that will certainly endure the "leaps and bounds" of everyday life no problem.
|Processor||Kirin 990 (7 nm)|
|Operational system||Android 10|
|RAM memory||8 GB|
|Internal Storage||256 GB|
|Extra Storage||256 GB|
|Screen – Type||OLED|
|Screen – Size||6.53|
|Screen – Resolution||2400 x 1176|
|Screen – Protection||Gorilla Glass 6|
|Rear Camera||40 MP, 40 MP (ultrawide), 8 MP and TOF 3D Camera|
|Video||4K – 60fps|
|Slow Motion Camera||1080p @ 960fps|
|Rear Camera – Aperture||F / 1.6, F / 1.8 and F / 2.4|
|Front Camera||32 MP and TOF 3D camera|
|Camera – optical stabilization|
|Camera – HDR|
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