Battery capacities revealed for Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro

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There’s been a lot of speculation surrounding the release of Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro. October usually marks the launch of the new Mate devices. However, this year things are set to take a different turn. The announcement made at the Huawei’s Developer Conference suggested that the Mate 30 series will probably release sometime around September.

Well, whenever the release date may be, the rumors about the device’s specs are already generating a lot of buzz in the tech world. A phone in the new Mate series will also feature Huawei’s new HarmonyOS. The internet of things (IoT) is what this new OS primarily focuses on.

However, the new OS is not the only thing that’s been generating so much buzz around the device. In fact, the batteries on Mate30 and Mate 30 pro too are seemingly on course to break some records. Per reports, the devices will support 25W wireless charging. And in addition to that, they will support 55W wired charging. If this is true, then they both will be the fastest in their respective category. Now that’s two records at once.

So, their charging capacity is great. But what about the actual battery capacity? Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro’s probable battery has come up on a new report on China’s Weibo. If the post is true, then Mate 30 should have a 4,200mAh battery whereas Mate 30 Pro will have a 4,500mAh battery. However, these are just rumors, so better take them with a pinch of salt.

This rumored battery in the Mate 30 series means that there will be a significant improvement in the battery capacity of the devices. Compared to Mate 20, Mate 30 should ha a 5% increase in capacity. Similarly, Mate 30Pro will have a 7% increase in battery capacity as compared to its predecessor. Furthermore, the devices will probably use the Kirin 990 chipset. They are rumored to be built on a very efficient process. Thus, the should theoretically improve battery life as compared to the previous Mate series.

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