A certification on the 3C regulator’s website realizes that Huawei may be preparing another step forward in charging speed. This time, going from 40W to 66W.
At a time when the brand is developing its next top-of-the-range smartphone, the Mate 40 Pro, it is not unreasonable to claim that this may very well be its charging speed.
As you can see from the image, the manufacturer registered a 66W (11V / 6A) charger. Remember that Huawei P40 Pro + is the smartphone of the brand that supports the highest charging speeds to date with 40W (10V / 4A).
This same smartphone doesn’t charge only at 40W wired. It is also the smartphone that charges wirelessly at the same speed if the charger is used for the purpose sold by the brand.
It is good to remember that Huawei launched a 65W charger when presenting the Huawei P40. Therefore, this step is not exactly surprising that manufacturers like Oppo or Realme have already taken in the loading speed.
You should keep in mind that, although this certification is something official, there is no guarantee that the Huawei Mate 40 Pro will arrive with a 66W charge. But this is now an increasingly strong possibility.
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