Chinese certification agency TENAA had recently listed the partial specifications of the upcoming Huawei P30 Lite smartphone on its website. China’s 3C certification has now certified the standard P30 and P30 Pro smartphones, ahead of their global debut in Paris on March 26.
Huawei P30 Will Support 22.5W Wired Fast Charging
The Chinese 3C certification agency has certified three variants of the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro: VOG-TL00, VOG-AL10, and VOG-AL00. It has also certified two variants of the P30: ELE-AL00 and ELE-TL00. While the 3C certificates do not include much information regarding the two smartphones, they do confirm that the P30 Pro will support up to 40W wired fast charging, identical to the Mate 20 Pro. On the other hand, the standard P30 will offer up to 22.5W fast wired charging. Thanks to the 40W SuperCharge technology with TÜV safe fast-charge system certification, you can expect the P30 Pro battery to be refueled up to 70% in just 30 minutes. What remains to be seen now, is if the P30 and P30 Pro will also offer the same fast wireless charging and reverse wireless charging features as the Mate 20 Pro.
Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will be powered by the company’s latest 7nm Kirin 980 octa-core processor under the hood. One of the key selling points of the P30 Pro is expected to be its quad rear cameras with 10x optical zoom. Recently leaked renders of the P30 Pro have shown that the flagship handset will sport a teardrop notch at the top and a slim chin at the bottom. At the rear, it will have three sensors stacked vertically in one line. The fourth camera sensor will be placed below the LED flash module placed next to the triple-camera array. Unlike the Pro variant, the standard P30 will only have three cameras at the rear. While the P30 Pro will feature a dual-curved display similar to the Mate 20 Pro, the P30 will have a flat display.