A new Huawei charger with up to 100W charging speed popped up on 3C certification; Honor Magic 3 series could be the first to use this.
Huawei recently unveiled the P50 series of flagship smartphones with 66W fast charging support. Now, it seems that the company is gearing up to launch a phone with even higher fast charging support. A Huawei charger has been spotted on Chinese 3C certification which can charge at a maximum of 100W speed.
The 100W Huawei charger is identified by model number HW-200500C00. Unfortunately, the 3C listing does not reveal the phone models which will support this new charger. The recently-launched Huawei P50 and P50 Pro are 4G smartphones and rumors are that the company may also bring 5G phones in the lineup in the future. So, we can expect this new 100W charger to be supported by upcoming Huawei flagships.
Notably, the 3C listing for Honor RNX-AN00 revealed that it supports the same HW-200500C00 charger, which is Huawei’s 100W charger. Rumors are that Honor RNX-AN00 is of the Magic 3 series phone. So, it could be the first phone to get Huawei’s new 100W charger.
Honor Magic 3 series
The upcoming Honor Magic 3 series is a flagship smartphone lineup that is confirmed to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 Plus chipset. The lineup is said to include three phones which are rumored to carry model numbers ELZ-AN00, ELZ-AN10, ELZ-AN20. Yesterday, we spotted the ELZ-AN10 and ELZ-AN20 on 3C certification with 66W fast charging. A recent teaser confirmed that the Magic 3 series will pack two main camera sensors. The Honor Magic 3 series is officially confirmed to launch on August 12.
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