Huawei has just filed a trademark application for a technology called SuperCharge. Rumour has it that could be the same technology the Chinese tech brand showed off last year when it managed to charge a 3,000mAh battery to 50 per cent capacity in just five minutes (video above).
It seems likely that this feature will be included in the upcoming Huawei Mate 9, expected to be announced next month at the IFA 2016.
Huawei claims that the difference in their technology is that it doesn’t damage battery life as compared to the competition (QuickCharge). This is made possible by the use of hectometers bonded to a molecule of graphite in anode, which functions as a catalyst for the capture and transmission of lithium through carbon bonds. Simple, right?
What this essentially means is that SuperCharge might just be the change of technology customers been waiting for.