Huawei continues to try to keep its smartphone business afloat against the backdrop of new U.S. sanctions, while introducing new products in parallel. Its research and development department is one of the largest among other technology companies.
As it became known, in the near future, Huawei plans to release a new portable battery that supports fast charging for the upcoming smartphone series Huawei Mate 40. The report says the battery will have a nominal capacity of 12,000 mAh. The battery supports the PD protocol and fast charging capacity of 65 W, as well as the SuperCharge protocol (SCP) and 66-watt charging.
In addition, the source claims that a similar portable battery with 66-watt charging support will be released under the Honor brand. The fact that the Honor V40 series will also use the 66W fast charger. Insider @DigitalChatStation believes that the Honor V40 series may not use HiSilicon Kirin chips.
According to recent data, the release of Huawei’s flagship smartphones, including Huawei Mate 40 and Mate X2, has been postponed until next year.