Just a few days ago Huawei presented its new top of the range, the Huawei P50 and P50 Pro. Two mobiles that represent the most advanced of the brand in this first half of 2021. As usual, we expect the Huawei Mate 50 for the second half of this year, and it would arrive with important news like the one we have known today.
A high-end mobile, or rather, a flagship should always offer the best features within a range. And the feature that we have known now could only be expected in a phone like the new Mate.
Huawei’s fastest charging
The new P50 and P50 Pro have arrived this week with fast charges of 66W, which are the fastest we have seen in a Huawei mobile and that are in some way comparable to those of their competition, such as Realme or Xiaomi, which already have many mobiles with this charging power. But now we have learned that Huawei is going to have much more powerful mobiles, as demonstrated by the passage through the 3C certification, of a charger that reveals that the firm already has 100W charging technology for its mobiles.
This charger specifically has the HW-200500C00 model and would allow the phone to be charged with an unprecedented power in the market, although it will depend on the time it takes to launch that phone to know if it will be the first or not with it. This technology has not appeared associated with a specific phone. But the reality is that if we think of a mobile of the brand that may release this technology in the future, we cannot think of a better one than the Huawei Mate 50 Pro. This should be presented at the end of the year, although with the delay that the P50s have arrived, we do not know if this launch window will be maintained or it will already go to 2022. But it seems clear that this phone is the best positioned to release those 100W.
What will bring so much power?
As you know, mobiles with very powerful charges have slightly smaller batteries than usual. In the case of the P50, we find a 4360mAh in the Pro model, which could perfectly be the one that the Huawei Mate 50 Pro mounted at the time.
With a power of 100W, the normal thing is that your battery can be fully charged in 15 and 20 minutes. Undoubtedly record times, with which Huawei will be able to compete perfectly with Xiaomi or Realme, the main drivers of fast charges at unprecedented speeds until now.