Huawei Mate 30 may be postponed until better times

Two new Huawei models were spotted today at the China Certification Authority (3C) under the factory markings “TAS-AL00” and “LIO-AL00”. Presumably, these are the upcoming models of the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro. The same factory markings were previously found in TENAA, but at the moment there is still no complete data on these models.

Huawei Mate 30 may be postponed until better times

From the 3C certification, we can conclude that these are at least Huawei's premium smartphones, since they have 40W chargers, and their manufacturers are BYD Precision Manufacture Co Ltd and Hong Fu Jin Precision. Huawei has the patented SuperCharge technology with power up to 44 watts, and this is probably exactly what we see in the characteristics table. Such fast charging is found only on the flagship devices of Huawei. Rumor has it that the Mate 30 will have a 4200 mAh battery, while the Mate 30 Pro will have 4,500 mAh.

Presentation of Huawei Mate 30

Reason for postponing presentation

After the introduction of sanctions on trade with the United States, the Chinese giant had many ups and downs. South China Morning Post says that Huawei may have to postpone the global presentation of new products. This is due to the fact that the Mate 30 series will not be able to use Google Services, as confirmed by the representatives of Google themselves. This is a very big problem for Huawei, because Google applications and services are vital for consumers in the vast majority of countries.

Even the new advanced HarmonyOS operating system, which Huawei is very proud of, will not be able to fill in the gaps from the missing services of the American company Google. This is precisely what may cause the smartphones of the Mate 30 line to be presented exclusively for the Chinese market. At the moment, the presentation is scheduled for September 19, but the above problems can change the original plans of the company.

Source: gizchina.com

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