The Huawei Mate 20 series offers new features and powerful hardware. The company offers the first 7nm-based chipset, HiSilicon Kirin 980 (triple camera) and excellent quality. At the launch event, Huawei announced that this series provides 40W wire-speed fast charging known as Super Charge 2.0. There is a faster solution around, but Huawei's Super Charge 2.0 charges the battery in about 68 minutes. Huawei's wireless charging also supports fast charging up to 15W. Given the Mate 20 Pro's 4,200 mAh battery pack, you probably need it. What they do not need is Huawei charging bricks according to a new report.
In contrast to officials, Huawei's high-speed wireless products support all brands of 15W charging adapters. This is good news because carrying Huawei's charger everywhere is a big hassle. In fact, you can also use Qualcomm's adapter to perform the same fast charge on the Huawei CP60 wireless charger. Huawei's CP60 wireless charger costs RMB 99 and Qualcomm adapter costs RMB 30. Considering Sony and Samsung's other wireless chargers, 130 yuan is not bad at all.
Huawei's wireless charger is considerably faster, accounting for 31% in 30 minutes and 12% in 10 minutes. The wireless charger has a silicone construction and can be charged with a non-metallic case with a thickness of less than 5 mm. Huawei first demonstrated the Mate 20 Pro at the end of the month, and confirmed that it would introduce a wireless charger to India. New mobile phones are expected to dominate only Amazon India.
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