Huawei is reportedly all set to launch its Mate 30 series on September 19 in Munich, Germany. While details about the Mate 30 family have appeared in a number of leaks so far, more details confirming the battery capacity have made it to the internet. Now, a Weibo post has revealed that the standard model will come equipped with a 4,200mAh unit. This might be a 5 percent increase in capacity when compared to its predecessor, GSMArena reports.
The Pro version, on the other hand, will pack a 4,500mAh battery, which is around 7 percent increase capacity in comparison with the Mate 20 Pro. The Pro model of the Mate 20 offers a 4,200mAh under the hood. Previously, it was reported that the upcoming Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro will feature 25W wireless charging. Moreover, the Huawei smartphones might also feature a 55W wired charging solution.
Besides, the forthcoming phone will likely feature a waterfall display and a notch of the top. A few recently leaked images of the alleged phone indicated that the notch will house three camera sensors. The Mate 30 Pro is said to arrive with a sophisticated facial authentication system to take on Face ID. If rumors and leaks are to be believed, the Pro model of the Huawei Mate 30 will feature two 40-megapixel rear sensors The phone maker may also add a third camera along with LED flash unit in a circular rear camera module.
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Both the Huawei handsets are expected to ship with Android 9 Pie with EMUI 11 skin on top. In addition, Android Q update for the same could be released before the year-end. The Mate 30 Pro is speculated to come with a whopping 6.71-inch OLED display with a notch on the top. The display will also offer support for 90Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, the Chinese company is expected to add its home-brewed Kirin 990 chipset inside the Mate 30 devices.