One of the major selling points of 5G is the faster network. For an average user, this simply means faster transfer of large files. However, this has not been the case with many 5G phones and operators. In some cases, the 5G network is just seldom faster than the 4G LTE. However, Huawei now has a way to ensure the flash transfer of large files over 5G. Huawei Mate 40 series has created the unique function of flashing large files with a smooth connection. Two mobile phones can transfer directly from point to point.
Relying on Huawei’s end-to-end capabilities in 5G chips, 5G terminals, and 5G networks, it can easily achieve fast access to large files without breaking points. The continued transmission has greatly improved communication efficiency in multi-scenario applications such as mobile office and remote communication. Yu Chengdong said that this is “the first 5G killer application in the true sense” and is another milestone innovation in the field of 5G communications.
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According to Huawei, ultra-large file flash transfer supports 305Mbps ultra-high-speed long-distance file sharing and supports 400GB original file direct transfer. Obviously, this is something that many users will love to try out.
Huawei Mate 40 series uses a memory expansion technology
Nevertheless, the swift file transfer is not the only new feature that Huawei has to announce at the Mte 40 conference. The company also revealed that these smartphones use a new memory expansion technology. According to Huawei, you get 2GB more with this technology. This means that an 8GB phone will have 10GB to use. With dynamic group compression and super memory flash fusion, the average number of caches in the application backstage has increased from 11 in Mate 30 Pro 8GB to 16.6 in Mate 40 Pro 8GB.
Huawei currently has up to 200W fast charging technology
From what we know, the highest fast charging technology from Huawei is 66W. However, a top executive from Huawei revealed today that the company has up to 200W fast charging technology. According to Yu Chendong, Huawei has an active 120W or even 200W fast charging technology. Nevertheless, he also said that this technology is not in use because the current level of development in the smartphone industry does not permit it
With the current smartphone battery sizes in the industry, a 200W fast charging will probably fill a phone in 10 minutes or less. It will not make sense to charge a battery from 0% to 100% in 10 minutes. This will obviously kill the performance of the battery. For Huawei, the 50W wireless charging capacity is a balance point for the current level in the industry.