Huawei to bring wireless charger to India with the launch of Mate 20 Pro

Huawei Plans to bring wireless charger to India with the launch of Mate 20 Pro
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Written by Benjamin Johnson

Huawei Consumer Business Group, India is all set to bring its wireless charging capabilities to the Indian market along with the launch of Huawei Mate 20 Pro, next month. Another unique innovation from Huawei, its’s self-developed 15W (Max) quick wireless charge technology allows you to enjoy wired charging speed, wirelessly.

Designed to be the ultimate productivity enabler, with a 10-minute 15W wireless charging session, it tops up the battery by 12 per cent, while a 30-minute charge gives the battery 31 per cent*. The charger is developed on the Qi standard for universal compatibility, thereby allowing it to identify smartphones, earbuds & other devices intelligently and adjust output power automatically to charge them safely.

Huawei Plans to bring wireless charger to India with the launch of Mate 20 Pro

Huawei Plans to bring the wireless charger to India

It also boasts of case compatibility whereby users will not need to remove their phone cases and conveniently charge their smartphones through 5 mm non-metal phone cases directly.

With consumer centricity as the core focus for everything that Huawei does, this technology reiterates Huawei’s effort on meaningful innovation to solve real-life consumer pain points that enrich consumer’s lives.

With the launch of the Mate 20 Pro slated next month, Wireless reverse charging Is also a feature that the device itself is capable of, enabling users to take maximum advantage of the large battery inside the device to charge other Qi-enabled devices.

Other unique features of the charger include Comprehensive Safety Protection features through which the charger is capable of foreign Object Detection whereby it automatically powers off when detecting keys, coins & other metal objects, or control the temperature of ID/travel cards and other metal-containing items at a safe range to avoid overheating.

The Huawei wireless charger also has a built-in chip that can adjust the output power automatically according to the ambient temperature and real-time battery percentage.

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Benjamin Johnson

A keen tech enthusiast who loves to keep a tab on the tech scene, with special emphasis on things like smartphones, tablets, laptops, convertibles and such. Cars happen to be his other passion, not to mention the recent trend here comprising of electric cars and autonomous cars. Off late, he has also started tinkering a bit with stuff like electronic circuits, electric motors a bit though he's just a novice there.