Faster, 100W Huawei Charger Passes 3C Certification – Smartphone manufacturers seem quite enthusiastic in competing to present features fast charging. a charger or the proprietary 100 W charger Huawei known to have passed the 3C certification.

This news comes from a popular leaker called Digital Chat Station. The leaker stated that a charger that supports the fast charging feature of 100 W (20V 5A) has been registered with the Compulsory Certification of China (3C).

Quoted from GSM Arena, Honor has announced their premium cellphone with a commercial identity as the Honor 50 Pro.

This device carries a 4,000 mAh battery with 100 W fast charging feature. The company claims that this feature allows the device to be charged to 100 percent in 25 minutes.

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Given that it supports the 100 W fast charging feature, the charger is certainly compatible with the Honor 50 Pro. Even so, the Digital Chat Station also implied that he was waiting for a new cellphone from Huawei with a fast charging feature.

Huawei’s 100W charger passes 3C certification. (Weibo/ Digital Chat Station)

Honor 50 Pro launched with a 6.72-inch OLED screen, Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset, 108 MP rear camera, two 32 MP + 16 MP front cameras, and a 4,000 mAh battery (fast charging 100 W).

For information, the company’s recently launched flagship phones, the Huawei P50 and Huawei P50 Pro, still support 66W fast charging.

It’s quite interesting to see whether Huawei will prepare a new flagship cellphone with a 100W fast charging feature in the near future or not.

Several smartphone manufacturers are known to be competing in bringing the leading fast charging feature to consumers.

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If you still remember, the 2021 Infinix Concept Phone, which has not yet been commercially launched, is equipped with a 160 W fast charging feature.

Huawei P50 Series. [Huawei Indonesia]
Huawei P50 Series still supports 66W fast charging. [Huawei Indonesia]

The company claims that the 4,000 mAh battery can be fully charged in just 10 minutes with the fast charging feature.

On the other hand, Xiaomi introduced the Mi 10 Ultra in August last year with 120 W fast charging capability. The technology named as Mi Turbo Charge 120 W is claimed to be able to charge a 4,500 mAh battery in just 20 minutes.

Even Xiaomi recently also showed off 200 W fast charging capability. HyperCharge capability from Xiaomi is claimed to be able to fully charge the battery in just 8 minutes. Not to be missed, Oppo and Realme are expected to commercially release and introduce technology with 125 W fast charging this year.

If Huawei brings a 100 W fast charging feature in the latest flagship cellphone, of course it can be an added value considering that they are still entangled in sanctions from the United States.



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