Huawei launched the P30 and P30 Pro phones at a keynote event in Paris on March 26. There’s a lot of difference between the P30 and P30 Pro phones when it comes to paper specs – making each one stand out from the other. One of these differences is wireless charging – the P30 Pro gets it, the vanilla P30 doesn’t.
Huawei has now come out with a special case that brings Qi wireless charging to the P30 – just so users don’t feel left out in the grand scheme of things. The charging speed may not be as high as the one you get on the P30 Pro – the case adds 10W wireless charging to the P30 while the P30 Pro supports 15W wireless charging straight off the bat, but at least you have the option to wirelessly charge the P30, so that’s nice.
The P30 wireless case has a dotted design and will be available in orange and turquoise colour options – it also has a magnet at the bottom so you can attach it to your car’s phone handle. Sadly, Huawei isn’t telling price and availability details of the wireless case just yet – pricing will of course vary depending on region.
The P30 Pro, to recall, uses a 4,200mAh battery with 40W fast charging and 15W fast wireless charging - the P30 Pro also supports reverse wireless charging. The vanilla P30, on the other hand, has a 3,650mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging but no wireless charging.
Huawei has launched the P30 Pro at a starting price of Euros 999 (roughly Rs 78,000) for the base version with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage going all the way to Euros 1,249 (roughly Rs 97,000) for the top-end version with 8GB RAM and 512GB storage. The P30 has meanwhile been launched at a price of Euros 799 for the version with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage which roughly translates to Rs 62,000. Both the phones are now available for buying across Europe.