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Huawei GOA-AL80 certified with 100W charger



Huawei 100W Charging

There’s a new Huawei phone with model number GOA-AL80 certified with China Compulsory Certification (3C) and it comes with 100W charging, which is quite suspecting.

According to the details, Huawei GOA-AL80 has LTE network connectivity and is manufactured by China’s Guilin Kaifa Technology. It has a maximum output of 100W (20VDC, 5A) and also backward compatible with 66W (11VDC, 6A) and 10W (10VDC, 2A) charging outputs.

The charger model is HW200500C00, which is the same charger used in Huawei Nova 9 Pro and later in Nova 10 Pro. Aside from these, there are no additional details about the smartphone or its identity.

However, there’s already some discussion started on the model. It suggests that GOA is the abbreviation of La Gioconda, an Italian name for the Mona Lisa, and the code name of the Huawei P60 series.

Huawei GOA-AL80

Past certification reveals that the Huawei models MNA-AL00 and LNA-AL00 are the Huawei P60 standard and the Pro version respectively. If this is a Huawei P60 series model, then it would better be the Huawei P60 Art (ultra type) variant. And it will offer 100W charging for the first time as a flagship.

Up until Mate 50 series, Huawei has promoted 66W wired charging protocols for flagship devices. On the other hand, Huawei decided to put 100W in charge of the mid-range Nova series.


Other than that, Huawei recently certified an 88W charger with model HW-200440C00. The charger also supports 10W, 40W, and 66W backward charging compatibility. It is manufactured by ASAP Technology (JIANGXI) co. Limited China.

Charging capability:

The question is how good is 100W charging, for that, we need to get an example 100W charger phone Nova 10 Pro. It has a 4500 mAh energy-efficient battery, which could charge fully in 20 minutes. Furthermore, the charge of the battery from 20% to 80% takes only 10 minutes.

This is a super fast speed and it will be a suitable upgrade for Huawei flagship category.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.