Huawei’s next-gen 40W ultra fast charging technology is coming, could debut alongside Mate 20
Huawei is planning to launch its next generation of 40W fast charging technology far beyond the current mainstream level. This new charging technology will be better and faster than any other charging adapter in the market.
Oppo has recently launched the Find X Lamborghini Edition in Paris, which includes the super VOOC technology. This super VOOC technology is currently the fastest charging technology on the planet that promises to fully charge the 3730mAh battery in 35 minutes. The Lamborghini version uses a 10V 5A charging configuration.
Huawei seems to have a similar approach for its upcoming charging ada[ter. Recently, a new power adapter developed by Yada Electronics (located in China) for Huawei has appeared on the Chinese 3C certification website. The highlight is that it supports 10V/4A ultra-fast charging, compared with 40W power.
The 22.5W (5V/4.5A) charging that was most commonly used by Huawei has not been improved, and it is also different from the 5W/8A 40W fast charging solution on glory Magic. If Huawei Mate 20 can use 40W fast charge combined the power of Kirin 980 and Triple-Leica Cameras, this phone can stimulate a wave of healthy purchases.
The Honor Magic released in back 2016 is equipped with 5V / 8A fast charging technology and promises to complete battery charging in 45 minutes.
If the above report above is true, then we can expect Huawei’s next-generation Super Charge to shorten it to 30 minutes, and Huawei Mate 20 is likely to be the first to be equipped with this new technology. With this in hand, Huawei’s charging adapter will surely become the fastest charging technology in the world.