Battery capacities leaked for the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro

Battery capacities leaked for the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro
The Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro could be unveiled by Huawei on September 19th. Recently a heavily disguised Mate 30 Pro was photographed riding the subway with its circular camera module hidden by a plastic door. The 6.7-inch notched AMOLED screen features a 'waterfall display' with the edges dropping down at an 88-degree angle making it appear as though there are no side bezels when viewing the screen straight-on. The phone will be powered by the homegrown Kirin 990 SoC, a 7nm chipset designed by Huawei's HiSilicon unit and manufactured by foundry TSMC.

While it isn't clear whether Huawei will install Android or its own HarmonyOS on the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, we might have an idea about the capacities of the batteries that will be used on both models. Photographs posted on Weibo allegedly show the 4500mAh battery that will power the Mate 30 Pro and the 4200mAh battery expected to keep the lights shining on the non-Pro Mate 30 model. Last year's Mate 20 Pro and the company's current premium handset, the P30 Pro, both carry a 4200mAh battery inside.

Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro could support 25W wireless charging and 55 W wired charging

The 7% bump for the Mate 30 Pro battery and the 5% hike for the one in the Mate 30 are certainly needed these days thanks to the reverse wireless charging feature. This allows the back of a phone to be used as a wireless charging pad and charge up earbuds and even compatible phones like the Apple iPhone 8 and up. The host battery "shares" some of its power with the device lying on its back which is why having this additional battery capacity will surely be welcome by owners of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro. Samsung offers this feature, calling it Wireless PowerShare, with the handsets that make up the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. Speaking of wireless charging, there is speculation that the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will support 25W wireless charging, which would be the fastest such speed found on a smartphone. And both models are said to support 55W wired charging.

Had Huawei not found itself on the U.S. Commerce Department's Entity List in May, the company most likely would have been riding the successful launch of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro to top Samsung and become the world's largest smartphone manufacturer. Huawei delivered 206 million handsets last year placing it third behind Samsung and Apple. During the first quarter, its global shipments increased 50.3% to 59 million units moving it past Apple into second place. For the second quarter, Huawei shipped another 59 million phones giving it a total of 118 million delivered during the first half of this year. While many firms would be thrilled with this, Huawei traditionally reports a sequential gain in shipments from the first quarter to the second quarter; the fact that phone deliveries were flat over this period indicates that the U.S. supply chain ban is having a detrimental effect on Huawei's smartphone business.

Originally, Huawei planned to release the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro after the September launch of the foldable Mate X. But with the latter delayed to as long as November, it seems more likely that the foldable won't hit the market until after the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro have already done so. And of course, don't expect to find any of these Huawei phones offered for sale in the states. Earlier this year, New York's B&H Photo sold the Latin American variants of the P30 and P30 Pro equipped with the electronic retailer's own warranty. The phones were compatible with GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile. But once Huawei was placed on the Entity List, B&H quickly took down the listings and stopped selling the phones.



21. epdm2be

Posts: 836; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Come on, guys. It's "just" a phone. [me: ducks and hide under the desk]

10. Cat97

Posts: 2057; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

In the mean time, Google will release a 2800 mAh "flagship" :)

9. surethom

Posts: 1768; Member since: Mar 04, 2009

Compare these battery's to upcoming Pixel 4, google needs to learn bigger battery no matter what power saving software you have.

8. alanrock

Posts: 344; Member since: Oct 04, 2018

make it possible Huawei.

4. John.v2

Posts: 45; Member since: Sep 08, 2014

obviously i meant note 10+ ..... common sense dude. apart from that its all ....exactly how it is...and not trolling or anything...they are all facts.

11. Vyshak75

Posts: 83; Member since: Mar 03, 2016

But u r telling everything is guaranteed for a phone which is not even announced... So, may b an unintentional trolling may b...

19. John.v2

Posts: 45; Member since: Sep 08, 2014

its all out there dude.... mate 30 pro is going to have the biggest camera sensor ever.... probably 3 times the size of note 10+ .... 55 watt fast wired charging was introduced with mate x ..and it will be available with mate 30 pro and you dont have to churn out extra cash to get that charger unlike samsung.... battery capacities are out .... you should know this.... that the speed of note 10+'s wired fast charging will be similar to mate 30 pro's wireless charging speed.... and if you ever owned a mate phone... you know how fast the updates are... its all out there

2. John.v2

Posts: 45; Member since: Sep 08, 2014

the king of phablets mate 30 pro. faster processor than note 8 +, faster wired charging, faster wireless charging, bigger battery, a guaranteed better camera for stills in low light and night time, 3rd best in terms of quickest updates after google and oneplus another point as opposed to note 8+, 3 years of updates guaranteed , 55 watt charger included in the box, better finger print scanner and more secure facial recognition system. note 8 plus is only for brand loyalists

3. Vyshak75

Posts: 83; Member since: Mar 03, 2016

Did Samsung really release a Note8+? I dont think so... Nice trolling huawei though...

14. QuantumRazer

Posts: 219; Member since: Apr 27, 2019

Clearly he meant Note 10+. Nitpicking much?

20. epdm2be

Posts: 836; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Perhaps he meant even a Note 9 though that one didn't come in a plus version. The more important matters are... does it have a 3.5mm jack? IR-blaster, micro/nano/pico/whatever-SD-card slot, buttons? And above all who'll get it. I suspect the US and maybe the UK won't, as the leading morons there are even worse than the leading morons everywhere else. Oh well, I'll play Doom VFR some more, I guess. []-)

6. yalokiy

Posts: 1145; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

If you don't care about stylus, then yes, mate series are better. Otherwise, note series are the best if stylus is needed.

7. Youngquenga41

Posts: 82; Member since: Apr 03, 2017

Better, better how?

16. yalokiy

Posts: 1145; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

@Youngquenga41 Comparing note 9 to mate 20 pro: Better battery life, cameras, facial recognition, faster charging, faster updates, better performance. Mate 30 pro will be better than note 10+.

13. Deadeye

Posts: 131; Member since: Jul 26, 2019

Huawei is nowhere near the experience of Note series.

17. yalokiy

Posts: 1145; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

@Deadeye Have you ever owned a mate series device?

1. meanestgenius

Posts: 23044; Member since: May 28, 2014

Looking forward to the release of these beasts.

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