In recent times, Huawei has been fighting for its survival in the manufacturing industry. Nevertheless, looking at the advancement of Huawei, things are not as bad as we may think. The company is still releasing new products. In fact, its R&D team is still very active and this is not a trait of a company fighting for survival. However, one thing is certain, its smartphone business is going down. According to @DigitalChatStation, Huawei will launch a mobile power bank that supports fast charging for the Mate 40 series.
The report claims that the power bank will have a nominal capacity of 12,000 mAh. Also, its PD protocol supports up to 65W fast charging. In addition, the SCP protocol supports up to 66W fast charge. Furthermore, he also speculates that Honor will launch a power bank that supports 66W fast charging. In addition, the Honor V40 series will also use 66W fast charging. It is worth mentioning that the @DigitalChatStation believes that the Honor V40 series may not use HiSilicon Kirin chips.
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According to previous information from EMUI 11, the Huawei Mate 40 series will support up to 66W fast charging. Currently, Huawei supports up to 65W fast charging, and Huawei’s first 65W gallium nitride charging adapter was officially launched last week. This charger supports USB Type-A and Type-C dual-port charging. This device can effectively charge mobile phones, tablets, and PCs.
Huawei Mate 40 may not arrive at global markets this year
One of the main premieres of Huawei and the industry as a whole in the second half of this year will be the release of the flagships of the Mate 40 series. Rumor has it that the announcement of these devices will take place no earlier than November this year. Huawei itself remains calm and urges its fans to wait a bit, promising that the premiere will take place as scheduled. But at the same time, it does not specify when it will happen.
Meanwhile, Evan Blass has announced that the Huawei Mate 40 series will not be released this year. However, he did not specify whether he was talking about the global market or the Chinese market. Maybe, the announcement of the new devices will take place in China this year. But they will enter the global market only next year. Rumor has it that Huawei is soberly assessing the situation. Also, it does not expect a large demand for the flagships Mate 40.