Today, two new Huawei supposedly the next Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro has seen in the China Compulsory Certificate (3C). These model numbers are TAS-AL00 and LIO-AL00 and the same models were also previously listed on TENAA, but the listings were incomplete so far.
With 3C certification, we can deduce that these are at least Huawei premium phones as they have a 40W charge rate and the manufacturer is BYD Precision Manufacture Co Ltd and Hong Fu Jin Precision.
Huawei has its patented 44W SuperCharge technology and that’s probably what we are seeing on today’s list. It can be found on major Huawei devices. It is rumored that the Mate 30 will house a 4200mAh battery and the Mate 30 Pro will have a 4500mAh battery respectively.
There were many ups and downs for the Chinese giant after the challenge of the US trade ban. The company suffered another setback as the South China Morning Post noted and Huawei may have to delay the global launch of the device. This is because the Mate 30 series will not be able to run Google Services, as corroborated by Google. This is a big problem for the company, as Google’s applications and services are vital to Huawei’s international audience.
Even with HarmonyOS, which is at an early stage of development, Huawei may not be able to fill in the gaps and this is most likely the cause of the delay. For now, the release is scheduled for September 19. But that could change soon if Huawei doesn’t prepare a plan B. That said, Huawei has not yet confirmed official release date.
Read Also: Huawei Mate 30 Pro Is Revealed In New Render
Do not forget to follow us on our Facebook group and page to keep you always aware of the latest advances, News, Updates, review, and giveaway on smartphones, tablets, gadgets and more from the technology world of the future.