Well not only the charger, even the company is located in China.
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2021The supercharge will mess up the battery in the long runJust replace in huawei service center. In huawei service day replace battery just fot 6USD
These guys never stop amazing me!!!
The phone might blow up or weaken the battery
time for huawei to whip out those graphite batteries i guess
The supercharge will mess up the battery in the long run
Ajay11, 04 Jan 2021Yes. True though. Watched a video in Android authority showing the input power and output powe... moresomehow because the Trump ban,limit huawei use US-related charging IC from TI.So they have to use their plan B----own build but worse IC chipset
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2021It can be easlity done direct 220V X 5 amps Boommmmmmmm = 1100 W CHARGER!!!!!!!!!!!!!That's not how electricity works and even Chinese who tend to over inflate specs know that. It's the output voltage and current that dictate output wattage, not the input voltage. Or input amperage for that matter. You need 12V at 10A to output 120W from the charger...
What kind of battery Huawei have? Like how many mAh?
Considering they sell laptops, are we sure this is not for that...?
TEtech, 04 Jan 2021i have the p40 pro and i never encountered such thingSame as you 👍🏻
Who cares of "some says" 😬
AnonD-923722, 04 Jan 2021Huawei is the pioneer of the fast charging solution. Wired or wireless, aside from Oppo and Xi... moreYes. True though. Watched a video in Android authority showing the input power and output power through wired chargers. Huawei has the maximum loss in output at the plug (nearly 20% loss than claimed wattage)
soul4me , 04 Jan 2021expecting to see direct electricity 220vIt can be easlity done direct 220V X 5 amps Boommmmmmmm = 1100 W CHARGER!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Arlind, 04 Jan 2021Expecting too see 250w chargers by October 😆expecting to see direct electricity 220v
MagicMonkeyBoy, 04 Jan 2021Hauwei... Is right up there still... Amazing how this company still pushes forward stronger. ... moreThey're really suffering in the last couple of months in China though for supply. So difficult to buy any Huawei/Honor phones here as they are all out of stock due to no chips. Their phones have been increasing in price as well when they do have limited batches of stock. Things should improve for Honor when they are fully separate and release their new products but it seems likely to continue to be tough for Huawei unless the chip situation improves
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2021Can't wait for these batteries to fail as it is inevitable. Good job keeping people repla... moreTrue. I think for the Chinese brands in their home market the failing batteries are not a big issue as it costs about $15-20 to go to a Huawei/Oppo/Xiaomi/Vivo service center to have one replaced. However in some markets changing a battery can be a real nuisance and not that cheap
MadMel, 04 Jan 202120V/6.75A ...135W maxJeez that's more than a (old) gaming notebook a friend of mine has... (i5, GTX 1050 and 120watt charger)
But with a gaming notebook it makes sense, here in a phone it's just another way to kill the battery so people get a new phone soon enough...