Beijing: Chinese smartphone giant Huawei's next flagship series — the Mate 30 — is likely to come with 25W fast wireless charging support, which the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is also capable of.

"The Mate series tends to set the tone for Huawei's next-generation of devices — it uses the latest chipset, for example. We're expecting the new model to use the Kirin 990 platform and that'll also filter through to what presumably will be called the P40 and P40 Pro next spring," the Pocketlint reported on Thursday.

According to rumours, the upcoming Mate 30 could debut on 19 September, which is earlier than usual.

Meanwhile, the Mate 30 Lite could be the first smartphone to run the company's in-house Harmony OS while the international variant would come with the Android Q and EMUI 10, said a report by GizmoChina last week.

The Mate 30 Pro is expected to feature a 6.7-inch display and even 55W fast wired charging while the battery capacity is expected to be 3,900mAh.

The Mate 30 Pro's predecessor, the Mate 20 Pro, was launched last year at a price of 69,990. It is equipped with a 40MP main camera, a 20MP ultra wide angle camera and an 8MP telephoto camera. It has a 6.39-inch curved display and 4,200 mAh battery. It runs Kirin 980 processor based on a 7nm process paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

Huawei is at the centre of a geopolitical tug-of-war between China and the United States. US President Donald Trump's administration put the company on a blacklist in May, citing national security concerns.

With inputs from IANS.