Huawei Mate 30 series is expected to meet us in September this year. So far, rumors have revealed that the phone could turn out to be quite powerful, just like its predecessor. The phone is expected to feature the new generation Kirin 990 chipset with a powerful camera setup at the back. However, it looks like the upgrades won’t just be limited in the camera and processor department. The Mate 30 is now being rumored to come with the world’s fastest wireless charging.
According to a popular blogger in China, the Huawei Mate 30 flagship smartphone will come with support for 25W wireless charging. This would beat Xiaomi Mi 9, the current leader in this department featuring 20W fast wireless charging support. In comparison, the newly announced Galaxy Note 10+ comes with just 15W wireless charging, which isn’t really bad but it will be way slower than the upcoming Mate lineup.
The Mate 30 is already shaping up to be a powerful smartphone. It is expected to feature the new Kirin 990 chipset with two 40MP cameras (one primary and another wide-angle) along with other sensors at the back. It should come with Android Q based EMUI 10. There are also rumors about the Lite version coming with the newly announced Harmony OS.