Huawei touted to debut 65 W fast-charging technology on the Mate Xs
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According to a new report, Huawei is set to debut a new impressive fast-charging technology. The newest iteration of the company's SuperCharge will deliver a massive 65 W of power, and is likely to be launched with Huawei's upcoming foldable phone, the Mate Xs.
Huawei has constantly pushed mobile technology forward. Starting with the Mate 10 Pro, the company was at the forefront of fast-charging performance, with the first-gen 22.5 W SuperCharge charging the phone's 4000 mAh battery full in about 80 minutes, and from 0 to 58% in 30 minutes flat.
That's an impressive figure even today and the 40W Supercharge that debuted on the Mate 20 Pro is even more impressive. However, other companies are catching up. Xiaomi, for example, is expected to debut 66 W USB-PD-based charging on the upcoming Mi 10 phones. OPPO already hit the 65 W mark with its SuperVOOC 2.0 Flash Charging. Huawei's new technology would essentially be it catching up to the competition.
As previously stated, the new 65 W charging could debut on the Mate Xs. The Mate Xs is expected to be unveiled at MWC this month. There's a chance the P40 phones also get this new charging tech, but it's more likely Huawei reserves it for the Mate 40 Pro later this year.