Wireless Charger Review Huawei P40 Pro Plus 40W

Wireless Charger Review Huawei P40 Pro Plus 40W
Wireless Charger Review Huawei P40 Pro Plus 40W

what’s up everybody this is Danny and the long-awaited Huawei P 40 Pro plus is nowhere in my hands and I know I know it’s all about the monster
camera system with this incredible camera ray and the true optical 10x zoom and it will be my focus moving forward but I wanted to try out this new
Huawei 40 watt wireless charger so I ordered it from eBay it came a little earlier than I thought so I wanted to see how this compares with the 30
watt wireless charging on the one plus 8 Pro and the Xiaomi me 10 pro 5g nothing else comes in the package just the charger itself it looks clean and minimal
a decent sized fan inside to dissipate the heat and the one thing that I do like about this charger is that it looks like it has two main contact
points so you can charge at full-speed in a landscape which is great just in case you want to charge while you are watching content and these other chargers that
I’m testing today cannot do that so you have to stand it upright while charging all of these phones are drained to zero so I’m going to place them on
their proprietary chargers to get that full speed if you use other wireless chargers you cannot get these type of speeds, of course, my camera died at this moment so
I had to capture this on my phone after 15 minutes the p40 Pro Plus has 30% which is impressive 20% on the one plus a pro which has been
my speed leader in all my other tests and the Xiaomi with 25% which is great okay swap batteries on the camera and after 30 minutes we have 51
percent on the Huawei which is great so that’s nice top-up speeds for wireless charging the one plus a pro only at 39% which is weird because it’s been faster in
my previous videos but these tests do fluctuate and not every charge is going to be the same and on me 10 pro 5g we have 42 percent so
very similar to the one plus when it comes to temperature all of these phones are pretty warm at this point but the Huawei did seem a little bit hotter than
the others and I didn’t have anything to measure this with so the next time I will do this but they’re all warm to the touch so 45 minutes
into it, we have 75% on the Huawei P 40 pro plus so it’s staying steady maybe it will charge in one hour which would be awesome and we have
61% on the one plus a pro so it’s catching up and on the meet 10 Pro we have 60% so neck-to-neck on the 30-watt side so here we go
the one hour mark did the Huawei charge in one hour nope it did not it’s close though at 90 percent still good then we have 82% on the
1 plus a pro so is steadily catching up and on the Xiaomi, we have 82% as well so now they are neck to neck 10 minutes later 94% on
the Huawei so it’s slowed down quite a bit and on the one plus a pro it is at 93% so here we go it’s a race to the finish and
on me 10 Pro we have 94% so it has completely caught up to the Huawei even with the bigger 4500 milliamp-hour battery at 1 hour and 16
minutes surprisingly the Xiaomi is at 100% full charge so that is impressive so on this test we will call that the winner and then we will put that down
check the one plus and it is at 98% and on the Huawei, it’s at 97% one hour and 21 minutes later the one plus 8 pro finishes charging and at 1
the hour and 28 minutes the p40 pro plus finishes with this 4200 milliamp-hour battery and it just didn’t seem right that it would take this long so what I
did is I drain the battery overnight and then I tried the test again in the morning and here is the second run after 15 minutes we have 31% thirty
minutes later we have 53% 78 percent after 45 minutes so it’s very similar to the test yesterday 93% after one hour so this run is a little faster checking
again at 1 hour and 11 minutes, we have 99 percent so this is for sure faster than last night’s run and at 1 hour and 14 minutes it charges
to 100% so like I said it varies this is 14 minutes faster than the first time so I thought I would include this even though this is not wildly
different from the 30 watts charging from the competitors or even their 27-watt charger I tested with the p40 Pro this is still one of the fastest wireless
chargers out there right now let me know if you think the 40-watt wireless charger is worth it there is a good chance that software will optimize wireless charging
with updates the wake and proof but at this time it doesn’t look like that extra 10 watts makes a huge difference but regardless wireless charging has progressed so much
and to put it all into perspective these chargers are faster than the wired charging on the iPhone 11 Pro so that is a win for a wireless charging I
think we can clearly say that wireless charging is worth it in 2020


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