Huawei 66W power bank with supercharge technology has been approved by 3C certification. The Chinese Tech company also introduced a 40W power bank which was debuted back in May.
Huawei 66W Power Bank appeared on 3C listing
According to the report, The upcoming Mate 40 series may be also accompanied by a power bank with support for 66W fast charging. A well-known tipster named Digital Chat station shared the 3C listing of Huawei 66W power bank on Weibo. The tipster also said it could be announced with Honor branding.
As per the 3C listing, The 66W power bank will come with two output ports and may also support older HUAWEI SuperCharge 40 and HUAWEI SuperCharge 22.5 charging standards as well. It is not confirmed yet, the power bank will support other companies’ fast charging standards such as Qualcomm Quick Charge, Samsung adaptive fast charging, and more but it can be used to charge any HUAWEI and HONOR smartphones/tablets at maximum speed.
Earlier, the Chinese tech company also unveiled a 40W Powerbank with a massive 12000mAh battery. The company claims that it can charge the new P30 Pro up to 70% in just 30 minutes. The power bank also comes with a bi-directional 40W charge and recharges capabilities which means it can deliver 40W output to supported devices, it also has a super-fast 40W input speed.
Moreover, the company has not confirmed any information related to its specification and availability. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Huawei 66W power bank? Let me know your views in the comments section.