Huawei may have new 66W power bricks for the Mate 40 series
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The next generation of Huawei's Mate-series phablets may arrive much later than usual thanks to the 2020 public health crisis. Then again, this gives us that much more time to learn and speculate about various aspects of these devices: for example, they are touted to come with vanilla and Pro models (at least), various camera innovations and a new line of companion smartwatches.
According to a new leak, they may also have a new and improved SuperCharge power brick in the box. This is indicated by a 3C certification for a new Huawei charging accessory called HW-110600C00. Its new documentation describes it as capable of functioning at up to 11V/6A: 66W, in other words.
The Mate 30 and 30 Pro, on the other hand, charge at 40W at best, as do the latest P40 flagship phones. Even though no device is specified in the new upgraded power-accessory listing, it is likely to be reserved for the OEM's next most premium product. Therefore, this may be something else to look forward to in Huawei's next major launch event, whenever that will be.