Huawei patents “Supercharge” in the EU, could debut on the Mate 9
Huawei has recently put in an application in the EU for a “Supercharge” brand name and this goes on to suggest that the company would start to implement their very own fast charging technology in their future smartphones. Since we do not know how near or far that future might be, we are forced to infer that the best debut for this tech would be on the upcoming Huawei Mate 9.
Back in Japan as at last year, Huawei demoed this kind of technology but lack of more information would not let us make an affirmation on that. From the demo the company gave then, it showed the possibility of charging battery to nearly 50% of full rate within just a few minutes of plugging t a power source.
For now, we have to wait till the next flagship from Huawei gets an official announcement and then, we expect the company to hint us as to what is going on now. We do hope that we see this technology on other mid-range smartphones too.
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