The Huawei Mate 30 has plenty of great tech to look out for, with the addition of Kirin 990 and having two 40MP rear cameras. So of course, the next factor to look into is in its battery as rumour claims the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will be able to support 25W wireless charging.
For comparison the Samsung Galaxy Note10 (which will be officially launched tonight in Malaysia) is capable of fast charging at more than 15W and up top 25W for wired charging. So Huawei is looking to match that and go beyond by reaching 25W for wireless charging instead.
That's the fastest that this method of topping up your battery has ever been, one-upping even Xiaomi's 20W system that's built into the Mi 9. But of course, as this is all just a rumour it's best to take this with a pinch of salt.
Still, it wouldn't be surprising if it really does have such a feature especially from Huawei. The company has had 40W fast wired charging since last year's Mate 20 Pro. Samsung has only just managed to beat that, with the 45W that the Note10+ supports, although to actually get that you'll have to purchase a dedicated 45W Travel Adapter charger, whereas with Huawei's solution the brick that comes in the box with your Mate 20 Pro or P30 Pro is all you need.
The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro are set to be launched on September 19.