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Huawei to launch 20W SuperCharge Technology for its upcoming smartphones



Huawei recently released the Huawei Mate 20 Pro supported by SuperCharge 2.0 with 40W SuperCharge protocol that can charge the 4,200 mAh battery from 0% to 100% in just an hour. However, due to the high production cost the 40W charging protocol it was confined to the Honor Magic 2 and Mate 20 Pro. Today, new information about a 20 SuperCharger has surfaced online which will be an affordable version of the 40 SCP.

 Huawei Super Charge 20W

A leaked document suggests the Chinese manufacturer is working on a new type of 20W charger that uses half the amperage than that of the SCP Gen. 2 uses. So the new standard applies to 10V 2A instead of the 10V 4A. The technology will not be as fast as the 40W and is expected to incorporate on mid-range and high-end devices. Though the company has not given any specific date for its announcement, it is expected to be announced sometime in 2019. As for its supported devices there is no list available but it will likely to debut with the next year’s Huawei P30 duo. The Huawei P30 may get the 20W while the higher P30 Pro variant will go for the 40W.

Fast Charging in simple terms enables you to charge your device in a fraction of a time that it takes by a conventional charge. Qualcomm Quick Charge is the most common one available with the latest Qualcomm Quick Charge4.0+ offering 5V at 4.7A to 5.6A or 9V at 3A. Samsung has its own Adaptive Fast Charging that is available on certain devices. Specific Samsung devices like the Galaxy Note 8 support both the Qualcomm Quick Charge and the Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging. The recently launched OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition also debuted with a new charging technology called Warp Charge 30 that can provide an entire’s day worth of charge in just 20 minutes.

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