November 25, 2020


Huawei’s Sound Speaker, Smartwatch & Wireless Car Charger Introduced

Huawei’s Mate 40 series launch was attended by a few other electronic items that were presented above and beyond. The list comprises a wireless charger of 65-Watts, a charging stand of 50-Watts, a power bank of 12,000mAh that can support charging of 66-Watts, and a novel case that uses a light ring to revivify the pictures. The latest launches also comprise of a smaller but louder, and a less expensive version of the company’s Sound X Bluetooth speaker, which is co-developed with Devialet, which is an audio company from France, and the latest Porsche Design version of the Huawei Watch GT 2.

The company has advanced its SuperCharge Wireless Charger Stand from its previous capacity of 40-Watts to 50-Watts of fast charging. It has a similar vertical design that lets it tilt for up to a 60-degree. It has 2s charging coils and smartphones which can be placed on it both horizontally as well as vertically. The novel charger too gets a similar noise-free cooling fan functionality for heat depravity.

 

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Huawei too presented 2 new car chargers on 24th October. The Wireless Car Charger with a clamp mount comes with built-in power storage which allows the user to charge their smartphone for thirty minutes after the car power has been switched off. It further has a USB Type-C input port to connect accessories like a dashcam. There is further a wired version of this car SuperCharge. A much lesser cigarette lighter charger comes bundled with the SuperCharge Wireless Car Charger that gives you an extra port for 5W charging.

Next is the company’s SuperCharge Power Bank. It has a capacity of 12,000mAh with 3 batteries of 4,020mAh. It has a USB Type-A and a Type-C port and 4 LEDs that indicate battery level. The company said that the power bank is going to be able to charge smartphones as well as laptops.

It is said to be a smaller but more influential version of Sound X which is a moveable Bluetooth speaker that was introduced in 2019. The latest speaker supports LDAC, a Hi-Resolution audio coding technology for wireless listening, and the speaker has a 3.5mm aux input coupled with Bluetooth. It will also include 1 woofer with 2 passive units and 3 tweeters deliver a frequency response of 55-40 kHz. The speaker has been presented in a black color option and it weighed around 2.2kg. As mentioned above, it was co-developed by Devialet.

The latest launch is an all-titanium version of the smartwatch. The novel watch too gets a ceramic back and snap buckle. The smartwatch has a 2 weeks battery life and it runs on Huawei’s Kirin A1 SoC. The smartwatch supports Bluetooth v5.1 and comes with a built-in GPS.

The latest case of the pro ring light is available in a Pearl White color model that arrives with a ring that sports fifty-four LEDs and shows up to give additional light to click selfies. The case is structured to automatically and wirelessly draw power from the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. The light’s intensity can be managed with 3 modes which are mixed, cool, and warm that you can clasp amid according to the nearby light situations.

The prices and availability of the Sound, the chargers, and accessories were launched with the Mate 40 haven’t been revealed till now. The Mate 40 series, which further comprises the Mate 40 Pro and the Mate 40 Pro+, has been introduced at an initial price of approx. 900 euros for the Mate 40 8GB + 12GB version.