Huawei announces 1TB drive to back-up your Mate 20 automatically

Recently, There is a lot of demand for large-capacity storage on mobile phones, The new Mate 20 series comes in multiple storage variants with support for storage expansion via the new NM card expansion slot. However, Huawei has released a special 1TB mobile hard drive, to backup your Mate 20 Phone as simple as charging.

The price has not been announced yet, and the pre-sale has been opened. The storage drive will go on sale on October 26, and for the time being, only Mate 20 series phones are supported, Huawei says support for other models will be announced in future.

The Huawei backup storage drive has a circular design covered with woven waterproof fabric to cope with accidental water and splashing. The hidden wire storage box chassis is non-slip design, simple and orderly.

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Its biggest feature is “charge is backup”, no need to install any app, no complicated operations, connection can backup photos, software and other data. It has a USB-C port and works with 5V/2A chargers as well as Huawei’s 9V2A and 5V4.5A chargers. Sadly, it doesn’t support the new 40W SuperCharge technology.

It is worth to mention that Huawei Mate 20 Pro new 40W fast charger delivers 100% in 68 minutes. According to the test results, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro started charging from 0%. After the first 68 minutes, it had 100%. After 15 minutes from the start of charging, the power reached 36%, and after 50 minutes it hit 95% at which point, the charging speed slowly drops.

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  1. Andrew
    October 21, 2018

    so cool, now is 2018, wireless and cloud tech are here
    but Huawei likes wires
    In my case photos/videos are on unlimited Google Photo storage, while settings etc. are on mi cloud
    no need for HDD and other outdated tech

    • FoxHunter1
      October 22, 2018

      Cloud is a good way to get your data mined and stolen, i’ll stick with “outdated” tech that protects my data from facebook, google, twitter, apple. Physical storage is also cheaper than cloud. I keep all my data on external HDD, SSD and Blu Ray discs, no need for cloud that is completely useless and unaccessible when you have no internet.