The Huawei Mate 30, which will be presented during the month of September, will arrive with the new Kirin 990 processor. As we approach the launch, new rumors are confirmed.
The last confirmation comes from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This would confirm the rumors that the Huawei Mate 30 will support a fast charge of up to 25W.
If confirmed, the Huawei Mate 30 would become the fastest wireless charging smartphone on the market, thus matching, or at least getting closer, to the charging time by cable whose Supercharge 2.0 charging system employs 40W.
With this increase in wireless charging power the Huawei Mate 30 would exceed that of the Xiaomi Mi 9 of 20W, and equating the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, which charges at a maximum of 25W.
Another of the theories that becomes stronger every day is that of the arrangement of the cameras on the back of Mate 30. The previous generation opted for a square pattern centered on the upper third of the rear.
There has also been much talk about the characteristics of the cameras that this model will mount, and some already take it for granted that it will mount a pair of 40 mpx sensors. In regards to the screen, the Huawei Mate is expected to remain in sizes similar to those of the Mate 20. The latest rumors point to a 6.71-inch and 90 Hz screen for the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the more complete model of the Mate family.
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