The certificate reveals that ADA-Al00U supports charging adapter – 200500C00 and HW-200500C01. These chargers support 100W (20VDC, 5A), 10W (5VDC, 2A), 40W (10VDC, 4A) and 100W (20VDC, 5A). The applicant and manufacturer is Huawei and it’s being produced by Guilin Kaifa Technology.
Huawei has been using this super fast charger since the Huawei Nova 9 Pro and expanded to Nova 10 Pro and Nova 11 Pro/Ultra devices.
With that much charging rate, the phone could fully recharge in just 20 minutes when the screen is off and refill 50% of the battery in just 15 minutes. So, the 100W charging support on the Huawei Nova 12 Ultra will continue the fast refueling experience.
Although the certificate has no mention of the 5G connectivity and the model number has also indicated that it’s a “4G” product, there are some new facts about this new characterization of the 5G connectivity in Huawei devices.
Tipster from Weibo suggests that the Huawei Nova 12 Ultra will be a 5G smartphone despite the model number. The recent launch of the Huawei Mate 60 series is also an example of how Huawei is keeping the certification process low-key. These two phones come with 5G super fast internet access in reality.
A few of the rendering of the phone appeared online and shows that the company has made subsequential upgrades to the aesthetics.
According to the past information, Huawei Nova 12 series could unveil in December if not scheduled for early next year.