Huawei is preparing to change the perception of chargers for premium devices equipped with 88W chargers and Huawei is expected to adopt this charging protocol into the mainstream for all of its upcoming flagship phones.
Other than the 88W charger, Huawei will also use a 100W fast charger for smartphones. However, it has mainly been used in the Nova series for the past two years.
Looking at it further, Huawei also has a 120W charger but there is no information available about the version. More information reveals that Huawei uses moderate-speed charging protocols to ensure consumer safety and long battery life.
However, 88W and 100W provide a faster phone charging experience than the 66W packed with the P50 series and Mate 60 series.
Recently, Huawei has approved a new 88W charger by Network Access Administration (TENAA) for 88W telecom equipment. The listing shows that the charger has a model number – HW-200440C00 with a charging capacity of 4.4A/20VDC = 88W.
The charger supports 10W, 40W and 66W reverse charging compatibility. It is manufactured by ASAP Technology (JIANGXI). China Limited. Below you can check more information about the charger.
HW-200440C00 supports input: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 2.4A. Output: USB-C: 5VDC, 3A or 9VDC, 3A or 10VDC, 4A or 11VDC, 6A MAX or 12VDC, 3A or 15VDC, 3A MAX or 20VDC, 4.4A MAX. If you’re using USB-A, you’ll get 5VDC, 2A, 10VDC, 4A, 11VDC, 6A MAX, 20VDC, 4, or 4 A MAX output. The charger is only suitable for altitudes of 5000 metres.
At the moment, we do not have any information about its use case but we can assume that it comes with the Huawei P60 series.