Nowadays, most smartphone manufacturers are coming up with fast charging technologies, ensuring that the device gets charged up in as little time as possible. There are several such technologies available, including Qualcomm Quick Charge, OnePlus Dash Charge, among others. Now, Huawei’s next-generation fast charging technology, Huawei Super Charge, has surfaced online which seems to be ahead of its competitors.
According to the reports, Huawei‘s new power adapter with model number HW-100400C00 has received 3C certification. The adapter, which is manufactured by Yada Electronics Co. Ltd. has highest output specification of 10V/4A. This means that the maximum charging power of this new power adopter will be 40W, much faster than the 22W fast charing on the Huawei P20-series smartphones.
Earlier, in 2016, the company had launched Honor Magic, which supports 5V/8A fast charging, enabling users to charge the phone in just 45 minutes. However, this next-generation Huawei Super Charge 40W fast charging technology will charge the smartphone to 90 percent in just 30 minutes.
In comparision, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 takes 30 minutes or less to charge 50 percent. On the other hand, OnePlus‘ Dash Charging can get to 60 percent charge in just 30 minutes.
While it is not yet known which smartphones from the company will come equipped with this next-gen fast charging technology, we expect that this will be used in the company’s upcoming Mate 20-series smartphones that will be launched in October this year.