For years, companies have been struggling to make autonomies better. Little by little, larger batteries are included in the devices, which is complemented by very interesting fast loading protocols. Almost all companies have one and it usually works properly. Today we have news about Huawei and a new method of fast loading that could be placed as the fastest on the market. Currently, this milestone is held by Oppo with its Super VOOC, a system that is capable of charging the 3.750 mAh battery of the Find X in just 35 minutes. They are incredible figures that could now be replicated or even surpassed by the Huawei Mate 20.
The company will present this device at the end of the year. It will come with Android P, a new design and also a new processor. It is expected that the battery will grow and that it will include a new, much more powerful charger capable of recharging the battery in just a few minutes. Huawei must overcome Oppo to be the fastest, something we still do not know if it will get.
The Huawei Mate 20 battery will recharge in a few minutes
The Huawei Mate 10 battery is 4,000 mAh and this figure is expected to increase slightly in the new model. Today we have known of a very interesting Huawei certification. It is not a mobile, but a charger. This has some interesting features of 10V / 4A. This will give the device a power of about 40W, almost twice what you can enjoy the Huawei Mate 10 at the moment.
If we compare it with the Charger of the Oppo Find X, it has some characteristics of 10V / 5A and recharges 3.750 mAh in only 35 minutes. We’ll have to see if Huawei manages to beat the Oppo numbers, something that would leave him in a very good position. Although its terminals have a very decent autonomy, being the fastest at the time of loading is an extra advantage very interesting.
At the moment we can not ensure that this charger is intended for the Huawei Mate 20 or that it is the fastest in the world, but that Huawei is preparing a new rapid charging system that will leave in evidence more than one company.