Huawei Introduces 65W Super Fast Gallium Nitride (GaN) Charger

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The Chinese technology giant Huawei, which recently came up with the new flagship P40, has now introduced the 65W Gallium Nitride (GaN) super fast charger. The product, which has two different ports, USB Type-C and USB Type-A, will be available next month.

Huawei, one of the world’s leading smart phone manufacturers, announced the 65W super fast Gallium Nitride (GaN) charger, which differs from traditional chargers in terms of material structure. As you know, silicone materials have been used for years in the production of both power devices and chips, but the industry world needs new materials that will provide more efficient use of energy.

There is only one material expected to replace silicon, the backbone of the technology industry, and to make a radical energy revolution in almost every industry: Gallium Nitride (GaN). With a wider band gap than silicone, GaN loses much less energy in this way.

Huawei’s GaN charger has a smaller design than high-capacity silicone chargers
Huawei, which wants to keep up with this step-by-step transformation, aims to provide users with a much more efficient charging experience with its 65W GaN charger. The device, which offers charging via USB Type-C and USB Type-A port, also supports the Power Delivery (PD) protocol.

GaN charger, which can withstand more power and temperature than its counterparts using silicone materials, also has a relatively smaller design than high-capacity silicone chargers. With this aspect, the device provides users with a much better mobility, allowing you to charge smartphones, tablets and even laptops.

Huawei, which previously joined GaN chargers, such as Xiaomi, Anker, RAVPower and Aukey, aims to invest more in this area in the future. With a price tag of 249 yuan ($ 35), the Huawei 65W Gallium Nitride (GaN) super fast charger will be available next month.

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