A new leak seems to confirm 100W charging in Honor's next flagship smartphone
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Honor is slated to be fully back in 2021, having now established itself as an independent brand following its split from its former owner Huawei. This will entail an immediate future full of smartphone launches, starting with that of the 50 series, a set of premium mid-rangers confirmed to rock the new Snapdragon 778G 5G SoC.
In other Honor leaks, its upcoming mobile hardware is also rumored to support Qualcomm's Quick Charge 5.0 standard, which confers the 100W rate still largely reserved for high-end ultrabooks in 2021. Nevertheless, Honor is expected to unveil the feature in a new product soon.
This theory has been backed up by a recent live image posted to Weibo, apparently depicting Honor's latest "100W SuperCharge" power brick. According to the regulator 3C, it has the model number HN-200500C0050 and is likely to ship with the RNA-AN00.
That 5G phone has been predicted to debut as the Honor 50 Pro+; however, there are signs that it might launch as the world's first post-Huawei Magic smartphone instead. It is also now projected to be the one that debuts with top-end Qualcomm silicon, and is likely to ship with Google app pre-installs (in the way Huawei's will not) on its release.