Huawei Quick Charging Charges 3,000mAh Battery in just 10 Minutes completely

Huawei Quick Charging Fully Charges 3,000mAh Battery in 10 Minutes

Fast Charging is getting more and more popularity with advancements in charging technologies. This is well proved by Qualcomm Quick Charge which got adopted by key smartphone makers. We found the tech on the Nexus devices with USB Type-C with remarkable performance. Now with devices in China the fast charging technology is set to meet rush market.

This development came out from Chinese OEM Huawei at a conference in Japan. The Chinese OEM has been gaining the pace with the success of Huawei Watch and Nexus 6P. Now we are set to get Huawei’s own Lithium-ion batteries with quick charging feature. This is a good step forward opening potential ways for the amazing technology.

There are two batteries out by Huawei one powered 600mAh while the second one is 3,000mAh. With Quick charging feature you can charge the 600mAh battery up to 68% within two minutes. This is really impressive but when it comes to the larger pack the results are even more remarkable. The huge 3,000mAh battery takes just five minutes to go up to 48% thus within ten minutes you can have your battery fully charged.

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2 minutes Quick Charging demo of Huawei

Does this Quick charging or fast charging really works in battery timing of the device? This is answered well by the company. According to the statement company provided once fully charged, the larger battery will make your device run for about ten hours of calls. However the latest Nexus devices showed comparatively less results as it ran for just four hours after charging for ten minutes.

The promo video shows that the batteries are being charged using a distinct device rather than the phone. Huawei’s statement says that the batteries store maximum amount of energy even being charged quickly. It also claims to have passed the batteries through a number of tests to check out the performance. However, no date has been announced yet for the batters to appear in the market.

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