Huawei Mate 8 gets certified in China, documents reveal fast-charging capabilities

Huawei Mate 8 gets certified in China, documents reveal fast-charging capabilities
The upcoming Huawei Mate 8 was recently spotted getting the go-ahead from China's 3C Quality Certification. Three versions of the phone have been listed by the Chinese authority, the NXT-AL10, the NXT-CL00, and the NXT-TL00. From the looks of it, these are the versions of the Mate 8 that will reach Cina's three major telecom operators, China Unicom, China Telecom, and China Mobile.

Unfortunately, the listings do not reveal too many details regarding the hardware specs of the upcoming phone. Interestingly, however, the documents show that the Huawei Ascend Mate 8 will support fast charging at both 5V/2A (10W) or 9V/2A (18W). These fast-charging specs coincide with Qualcomm's Fast Charging 2.0 Class A and Class B chargers.

As it was recently hinted at by the manufacturer, the Huawei Mate 8 will be the first phone to make use of the Kirin 950, the new octa-core chipset that the company unveiled last week. According to a series of alleged leaked benchmark results, the Mate 8 will actually integrate even more processing power than current-gen Android kings such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or the Galaxy S6 edge+.

While Huawei has made obvious hints at the chip of choice for the Mate 8, most of the hardware specs have yet to be confirmed by the manufacturer. According to previous rumors, the Huawei Mate 8 will integrate a gargantuan display and high-end internal hardware, thus continuing the tradition of the series. Some of the rumored specs include a 6-inch display with a resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels, 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage space, a 13MP primary camera, and an 8MP secondary shooter.

Huawei is set to introduce the Ascend Mate 8 on November 26th but expect to witness more rumors and leaks centered on the handset before the unveiling day arrives.

source: 3C Quality Certification via GizmoChina

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