Huawei’s 15W Wireless Charger Launched In India For Rs 3,999

Huawei’s 15W Wireless Charger Launched In India For Rs 3,999

Huawei’s 15W Wireless Charger Launched In India For Rs 3,999

by January 26, 2019

Huawei has made its wireless charger available in India. The charger, which was first announced alongside the launch of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro last year, is finally available in India. The company had not divulged details of its availability or pricing in the Indian market then. The wireless charged is now available for purchase in India on Amazon India and through Huawei’s own website. The price of the charger is Rs. 3,999.

The Huawei Wireless Charger comes with WPC Qi standard authentication. The charger is compatible with any smartphone that supports Qi wireless charging standard. It is also compatible with devices that are equipped with Qi-receiving battery case. The Huawei’s wireless charger can deliver an output of 15W. This makes it one of the fastest chargers for a smartphone and it can charge any phone faster than most other charging devices available in the market.

Huawei’s 15W wireless charger possesses foreign object detection. This feature enables the charger to intelligently detect keys or any other metal object around the device and turn itself off to not increase temperature to an extent where it can get overheated. The company has claimed that the charger provides multi-layer safety protection to enable a secure and reliable charging experience.

The Huawei Wireless Charger is especially useful for the users of the Mate 20 Pro. This is useful even if the users have already availed the 40W super-fast charging brick that comes with the smartphone. The Huawei charger is compatible with other phones like the iPhone 8 or even the more recent iPhone models. It also supports phones from companies such as Samsung which offer wireless charging capability in its smartphones.

The Huawei Wireless Charger comes at a price tag of Rs. 3,999.  Compared to the other chargers from brands such as Belkin which offers a much lower output, the Huawei charger could be a great deal.  As per the company, the charger comes with a built-in chip that can adjust the output power automatically as per the ambient temperature and real-time battery percentage.