Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro could be presented by Huawei on September 19th. Recently, a very masked Mate 30 Pro was photographed while traveling on the subway with its circular camera module hidden by a plastic door. The 6.7-inch AMOLED screen has a ‘waterfall screen’ with the edges falling at an angle of 88 degrees, which makes it appear that there are no side bevels when looking directly at the screen. The phone will be powered by the Kirin 990 SoC, a 7 nm chipset designed by Huawei’s HiSilicon unit and produced by the TSMC foundry.
Although it is not clear whether Huawei will install Android or its HarmonyOS on Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, we may have an idea of the battery capacities that will be used in both models. The photographs published on Weibo presumably show the 4500 mAh battery that will power the Mate 30 Pro and the 4200 mAh battery that should keep the lights on last year’s Pro Mate 30 model and last year’s phone the company’s premium, the P30 Pro, contains a 4200 mAh battery.
Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro could support 25 W wireless charging and 55 W cable charging
The 7% increase for the Mate 30 Pro battery and the 5% increase for the Mate 30 battery are certainly needed these days thanks to the reverse wireless charging function. This allows you to use the back of a phone as a wireless charging platform and charge headphones and even compatible phones like the iPhone 8 or later versions of Apple. The host battery “shares” some of its power with the device lying on the back, so the owners of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will surely receive this additional battery capacity. Samsung offers this feature, calling it Wireless PowerShare, with the headphones that make up the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. Speaking of wireless charging, it is assumed that Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will support 25 W wireless charging, which would be the fastest speed found on a smartphone. And both models are said to support 55W cable charging.
If Huawei was not found in the list of entities of the US Department of Commerce. In May, the company would probably have assembled the successful launch of Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro to drive Samsung and become the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. Huawei delivered 206 million phones last year, ranking third behind Samsung and Apple. During the first quarter, its global shipments increased by 50.3% to 59 million units, moving from Apple to second place. For the second quarter, Huawei sent another 59 million phones, which gave it a total of 118 million delivered in the first half of this year. While many companies would be happy with it, Huawei has traditionally recorded a sequential increase in shipments from the first to the second quarter; The fact that telephone deliveries remained unchanged during this period indicates that the US supply chain ban. It is having a detrimental effect on the Huawei smartphone business.
Originally, Huawei was planning to launch Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro after the September launch of the foldable Mate X. But with the latter delay until November, it seems more likely that the fold will not reach the market until Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will not have done so already. And of course, don’t expect to find any of these Huawei phones offered for sale in the United States. Earlier this year, B&H Photo of New York sold the Latin American variants of P30 and P30 Pro with an electronic retailer warranty. The phones were compatible with GSM networks like T-Mobile and AT&T. But once Huawei was added to the list of entities, B&H quickly removed the lists and stopped selling the phones.
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