Huawei's 40W wired and 15W wireless chargers get certified by the FCC

Huawei's 40W wired and 15W wireless chargers get certified by the FCC
For quite some time now, Huawei has been rumored to be in the process of developing new fast-charging solutions with the goal of introducing them alongside the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. And thanks to some new FCC documents that have now been published, the first proper look at these new chargers has been provided.

Starting off with Huawei’s wired solution, the brand’s current SuperCharge bricks, which can be found inside the boxes of the P20 and P20 Pro, offer a very respectable 22.5W of power. With the company’s new chargers, though, Huawei will be taking things a step further, or perhaps even a leap further, by almost doubling the output to 40W of power, something that will significantly reduce charging times.

Moving away from the more traditional methods, Huawei is also developing its own fast wireless charger. Previously, the Chinese company has shied away from the technology. But it seems the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro will fully embrace it with the help of a new 15W wireless charger that uses the model number Cp60 – the output matches the maximum number possible with the Qi standard right now.

In addition to the newly-certified wireless charger, a separate one with the model number LZ80 leaked out just a few weeks back. Much like the Cp60 one, it supports the Qi charging standard. However, the maximum output was listed at 20W which, if accurate, could set a new standard for the industry. However, this would likely require custom chips from Huawei in order to boost the output when paired with the Mate 20 duo.

Ultimately, it seems as though Huawei is keen on setting the standard for charging solutions in the smartphone industry, at least when it comes to flagship devices. What remains to be seen at this point, though, is if Samsung or any other brand decides to fight back with an even more powerful option.


source: FCC via Slashleaks

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10 Comments

1. AbhiD

Posts: 602; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

Oppo already has superior Super VOOC 50 watts charging on sale in it's Find X and R17 Pro. And now it will arrive it in OnePlus 6T as well named WARP charge. Huawei is already behind.

2. S4NDY

Posts: 211; Member since: Mar 14, 2016

Warp charge is just new name of OPs fast charge, nothing to do with oppo vooc charge.

3. BullaBoss

Posts: 141; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

DAsh charge is rebranded voice. Same parent company so it's highly likely.

6. AbhiD

Posts: 602; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

OP's fast charge is now called Rapid Charge. While OP6T which is to be based on Oppo R17 Pro (has Super VOOC) is coming with newer trademarked WARP charge name. I think it doesn't take rocket science to guess that WARP will mimic the 50 watt Super VOOC

4. meanestgenius

Posts: 21453; Member since: May 28, 2014

Huawei may be behind, but if any company between Huawei and Oppo are to set the industry standard, it will be Huawei, not Oppo. The only other companies that could possibly set the standard are Samsung or Apple.

5. AbhiD

Posts: 602; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

Huawei sets the standard? LOL! When was the last time huawei set any standard? As far as i remember right now they are following every kind of standard out there blindly because some other brand did it. Fugly apple esque notch? Super VOOC like charging? In display fingerprint scanner? Oppo Find X mechanism copy? Waterdrop notch? And i can go on listing dozens of things Huawei copied. Infact i don't remember if any other brand specifically copied something because Huawei/Honor did it first. That's their image in market.

7. meanestgenius

Posts: 21453; Member since: May 28, 2014

First of all, reading comprehension clearly isn't your strong suit, as you clearly missed the part where I said "...Samsung or Apple." Second: You can definitely say the same for Oppo, as NO ONE follows their lead. Oppo sets zero standards LMAO!

8. AbhiD

Posts: 602; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

" Huawei may be behind, but if any company between Huawei and Oppo are to set the industry standard, it will be Huawei, not Oppo " People should learn to read what they post themselves. Oppo isn't a major industry standard setter but it at least sets the standard for substandard Huawei. VOOC charging followed by Huawei's identical Supercharge. Oppo Find X motorized mechanism followed by Huawei's identical mechanism. Waterdrop notch from Oppo followed by Huawei. In display fingerprint scanner from Vivo followed by Huawei.

10. meanestgenius

Posts: 21453; Member since: May 28, 2014

So you're just going to ignore the words that I typed right after that? LMAO! Those little words that I typed must look like abzdtryqwz to you since you are having so much trouble comprehending them, lol. Unless you're purposely ignoring them to suit your false narrative, of course. Huawei is a major player in the smartphone industry, while Oppo isn't. Even you admit as much, unless you're going to deny that to suit your false narrative also. Therefore, it's only logical to say that Huawei would set an industry standard before Oppo. Stop letting your stanning for Oppo cloud your judgment. And if Huawei were "substandard" , they wouldn't be in the position they are in regarding the smartphone world compared to little old Oppo. Just because Opportunity has done some things first, doesn't mean that they are doing it best. Class dismissed.

9. meanestgenius

Posts: 21453; Member since: May 28, 2014

*Duplicate post*

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