A bunch of certifications on the Chinese 3C appeared revealing some details about upcoming Huawei and Samsung flagships. The devices in question are likely the Huawei Mate 40-series smartphones and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets.
Let's start with Huawei's charger. It's rated at 66W 11V/6A but it also supports 40W speeds (10V/4A). This means that the charger will be compatible with the current 40W SuperCharge smartphones from the company. Of course, there's no confirmation that this charger will end up bundled with the Huawei Mate 40 series but what better candidate to be the company's new charging champion.
Samsung, on the other hand, is readying to launch its Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets and we can now add the charging speed to the list of known specs. Both models will cap at 15W fast charging, which means filling the batteries will take some time given that the Plus model has a humongous 10,000 mAh battery while the vanilla version has a respectable 7,700 mAh charge.
Switched from the S9+ and completely agree with you. EMUI offers a seamless user experience. I truly love it. And with the latest update they added the smart charge feature which ramps up the charge overnight to avoid battery damage.
Although I find it completely nonesense and I'm not sure why people are asking about it as if it's the pinnacle of technology but Whatsapp msgs can be officially backed on the Huawei Cloud.