Back in October 2018, alongside Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, Huawei announced “Huawei Wireless Charger CP60 in Australia” which has a model number CP60. The Wireless Charger was certified by FCC a couple of weeks ago unveiling its official design and a bunch of other details. Now, everything is official and it’s landing on shores across Australia and audience from major cities such as Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, and Adelaide can get their hands on one.
The Huawei Wireless Charger CP60 specifications include Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, 78-gram weight, and 84 x 14.3 mm dimensions. Rest of the details are as follow:
The gorgeous innovation by Huawei is shaped like a disc and sports in white with a red line which goes around the perimeter. There is front-mounted LED Flash which enables you to see when it’s powered on and a USB-C Input port underneath.
Moreover, Huawei Wireless Charger CP60 is backed by a power input rating of 40W (10V 4A). Huawei is already manufacturing a 40W charging which has already got certified at the FCC alongside which is most likely to be the same that will arrive with Honor Magic 2.
The Wireless Charger has a maximum power output of 15W (12V 1.25A) but is compatible to charge devices at 5W, 7.5W and 10W. Hence, that maximum power output is lesser as compared to another Huawei’s Wireless Charger with model number LZ80 with a maximum power output of 20W.
The CP60 Wireless Charger comes with a diameter of 84mm and is 14.3mm high and weighs only 78 grams. It’s able to charge Huawei’s devices such as Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro as well as Huawei Mate Porsche Design. Wait! It’s also capable to charge Huawei FreeBuds 2 Pro.
Sendoff to the limitations of oldest wired charging and now embrace the convenience and elegance of wireless charging.
The Huawei’s most gorgeous CP60 is backed by self-developed 15W (Max) Fast Wireless Charge Technology which enables users to enjoy wired charging speed – wirelessly.
For instance, 15W (Max Wireless) charges Mate 20 Pro up to 31% in 30 minutes whereas 10W wired charges almost 23%. The other 7.5% wireless charger charges Mate 20 Pro up to only 16% in 30 minutes which is far less as compared to CP60.
It is Qi standard which identifies smartphones – earbuds and other devices intelligently and automatically adjust its output power to charge them with care.
It turns off automatically while detecting keys, coins, and other metal objects or controls the temperature of ID cards and so many other metal-containing items in order to avoid overheating.
There is an onboard chip which can adjust the output power according to an ambient temperature and real-time battery percentage.
The surface is Silicon which means it’s soft and comfortable for protecting your smartphone and prevents it from falling.