Huawei P40 Pro Rumored To Debut With Graphene Battery

Huawei P40 Pro

Huawei’s next-generation flagship is considered to be the P40. And as usual, there will be at least two models – the original variant and the Huawei P40 Pro. The latter is going to win the world due to its powerful hardware. We have already got acquainted with a number of new features it will come with. And today, Huawei France officially tweeted that they will be the first high-end smartphone manufacturer to release graphene batteries.

Huawei P40 Pro

Graphene batteries will bring longer battery life and faster charging speed. By the way, the manufacturer has officially announced the Huawei P40 Pro will sport an enormous 5500mAh battery. So coupled with the graphene technology and Huawei’s own low power consumption technology, it will provide a better endurance. This is crucial for a 5G handset that ‘eats power’ as if it never happened. This technology will also ensure faster charging. The same source claims the input power will reach up to 50W.

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Anyways, the graphene battery will not be the only selling point of the Huawei P40 Pro. Particularly, we have heard it will feature a 120Hz screen, which has become a must for current flagship models. For an average user, it won’t be very noticeable. But the higher refresh rate greatly improves the interaction with the device. Not only that, this phone will sport a periscope lens and support 10x optical zoom. So undoubtedly, with the launch of this handset, Huawei will take the smartphone camera performance to the next level. As for software, there are rumors saying that our protagonist will be a dual-OS smartphone, running on both Android and Harmony.

P.S. Though the Huawei P40 Pro is said to be the first coming with the graphene battery, it won’t be the only one. Reportedly, Samsung is working on its own handset with this technology.

Update: Huawei France Has Deleted The Post!

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  1. delorane delorane
    December 23, 2019

    they can built a phone with diamond synapsis battery for all i care, but if they dont have google app services on them, I will not buy them. period.

  2. Eliberto Román
    December 24, 2019

    I will continue to buy Huawei with the ban or not. they are still superior to anything out in the market. plus the ban will not be for ever.

  3. David Cordell
    December 24, 2019

    This is exciting news. I have been waiting for the graphene industry to finally show up for a decade. Big changes are coming to our mobile devises.

    • Jan Latusek
      December 24, 2019

      I hope it is real graphene. So far the Graphene Council ‘Verified Producers’ programme has only named one producer worldwide, and that is Versarien. The majority of the material marketed by others is not actually graphene at all. The world is awash with false graphene and low grade derivatives – many of which do offer some enhancement but not as much as should be expected if employing the best available.

    • Pierre GizChina
      December 25, 2019

      Sadly, it’s been confirmed to be fake news already

  4. Copiers
    December 25, 2019

    But, where’s the support. They are pushing emui 10 and in order to get you have to have 9.1, well where is it? I like my phone but with updates comes better security, without, well ima sitting duck. I say bye bye Huawei!!!!