The product, made for smartphones and notebooks, comes in a square-shaped design with flat edges. The white-colored charger has a built-in cable while the adaptor pin has a split-pin structure that can be helpful in changing the pin type.
While the charger has a split pin structure, it does not have support for foldable design. It has adopted a current contact design to reduce the contact resistance to support high current transmission up to 6.75A.
This new Huawei 135W Charger is a part of the Huawei SuperCharge Ecosystem and has the branding inscribed on the side, along with the icons of notebook and mobile phone which indicates support for both types of devices.
Currently, flagship smartphones from Huawei come with support for two types of fast charging — 11V/6A or 66W and 10V/4A or 44W. The integrated cable on the charger is made of TPE sheath and is 1.8 meters long.
This same charger could also be launched under the Honor branding as it has appeared on 3C certification with model number HN-200675CP0. The upcoming 135W charger supports several protocols, including PD, DCP, QC2.0, QC4, FCP, SCP, etc.
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