- Huawei posted teaser video on YouTube
- Video shows a device to charge batteries separately
- Removable battery may become trend once again
OnePlus 5T recently became the fastest charging smartphone till date. The Dash Charging technology in the phone charges the phone up to 100 percent in just 53 minutes. Oppo recently teased its new VOOC fast charging technology which it says can charge the phone up to 45 per cent in just 15 minutes. Huawei has also joined the league and has teased its next-gen fast charging technology through a video. The Huawei Watt Lab has designed the technology is which is said to be 10 times faster than conventional fast charging technologies.
The technology which was first revealed in 2015, has been teased by the company again which hints towards its launch. The video shared by Huawei on YouTube showcases innovative quick charge solution and claims to charge phone’s battery to 48 per cent in just 5 minutes. The technology is capable of achieving high charging efficiency without having to sacrifice battery life and this 48 percent battery will be able to provide 10 hour of taltime.
The posted video shows a 3000mAh battery that is charged to 48 percent in just 5 minutes. But, there is a catch. Huawei’s new fast charging technology comes with a seperate device. This means users will ho to remove the battery from their phone to fast charge them which suggests a recall of removable battery smartphones. Interestingly, Huawei has launched three phones in India recently – the Honor View 10, Honor 7X and Honor 9 Lite. All the three smartphones come with non-removable battery.