Huawei 40W power bank that can charge MateBook teased online

Huawei 40W Power Bank - Feature

Huawei could be introducing a power bank that can charge its MateBook. The consumer electronics conglomerate is believed to be working on a power bank technology that will charge its MateBook series. The company recently introduced a new MateBook series at MWC 2019, the MateBook 14 and MateBook X Pro. 

Also read: Xiaomi to announce 100W fast charging technology tomorrow in China

Huawei 40W Power Bank

If you didn’t know it already, these newly released MateBooks comes with a 65W USB Type-C power adapter support. According to a post on Weibo by Huawei executive, the company is developing a 40W powerbank that’ll be the companion to the MateBook. In situations like on the road or no power unit around you, this power bank would be an ideal way to keep the MateBook battery charging. 

The Huawei executive, VP of Business, Li Xialong Bruce Lee shared a photo, It showcased a covered device connected to MateBook is charging the laptop. The only explanation of this picture is that it charging the MateBook. All thanks to the Power-Z USB voltage current tester, it is learned that the total power drawn is 37.19W, which lead us to believe it could be a 40W power bank. 

Of course, it won’t be as efficient as the 65W USB Type-C adapter that comes with new Huawei MateBooks. But it shall be enough to make it last long enough until you get back to the power unit or get off the road. Further, any USB Power delivery supported smartphones/devices should be able to charge using this unannounced power bank from the house of Huawei. 

So far there is no information when this Huawei 40W power bank would be making its way to the market. But it is believed that Huawei may not take long, as the company also has an event lined up for the P30 series smartphone launch later today in Paris.


Our Latest Videos

Prev 1 of 158 Next
Prev 1 of 158 Next

Vishal Toshiwal

Vishal is the Swiss-knife at Mr. Phone, he takes pride at his behind the camera skills of shooting poor portraits. He’s a creative thinker who comes up with the weirdest ideas. You can find him posting on Instagram or tweeting his thoughts on south Indian music and cinema.