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Huawei Mate 30 could come with 25W wireless charging support

16 August 2019 0

Huawei Mate 30 series is coming sooner than we expected, well if we believe a report came a couple of days back. Tons of information is available on the series but some important details are still stuffed inside somewhere in the layers of secrecy. Well, leaks and tips always find their way to come out and splurge everything they know and once again, a tip is coming and revealing an interesting feature of the Mate 30 device.

According to a popular blogger in China, the Huawei Mate 30 will come with the world’s fastest wireless charging. The flagship smartphone will have support for 25W wireless charging. Currently, the highest wireless charging is 20W on Xiaomi Mi 9 and now if the tip is to be believed, the Mate 30 will become the first to have the world’s highest wireless charging support.

So far, rumors have portrayed that the Huawei Mate 30 could turn out to be quite powerful, thanks to the Kirin 990 processor. It’s also rumored to come with two 40MP cameras on the back. The Mate 30 series will come with a Pro model and a Lite version as well. There are so many rumors circulating the Pro model which is expected to come with four cameras on the back. The series is expected to come with Android Q based EMUI 10.

The cameras on the rear of the Mate 30 are expected to be placed in a 2x2 fashion inside a circular module. According to some alleged protective cases leaked earlier this month, the phone has a narrower notch than before.

Well, we are just a month away from the said launch date of the Huawei Mate 30. And many leaks can come meanwhile to reveal more details on the device. So stay tuned and wait for more information.



Huawei Mate 30 could come with 25W wireless charging support
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