The Huawei Mate 30 is rumoured to have 25W wireless fast-charging, making it on a par with Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 wired charging.
That's still not as super speedy the Galaxy Note 10+'s 45W superfast charging, and we'll still have to see how it actually performs. A recent test that pitted the Galaxy Note 10+, the iPhone XS Max, and OnePlus 7 Pro batteries against one another discovered that Apple's battery claims didn't hold up, and that the Note 10+ knocked the socks off the 7 Pro, in spite of its large battery and slower charging speeds - with the bundled 25W charger at least.
Huawei has already confirmed the launch date of the Mate 30, which will be getting a September 19 release in Europe. It's also confirmed to be housing the manufacturer's new Kirin 900 chipset, which we'll no doubt find out more about at IFA next month.
Recent leaks about the handset include renders that appear to confirm the rumoured new rear camera set-up, as well as some pretty impressive camera specs.
Either way, he launch is just one month away, so we'll have it in our hands to play with soon enough. [Trusted Reviews]