As we know, Huawei packs the Huawei Mate 20 Pro with various advanced features in it. There are three back camera support, 3D face recognition, a fingerprint reader on the screen, wireless charging and of course the wireless reverse charging feature .
Huawei claims that the Mate 20 Pro supports wireless charging up to 15W. Unfortunately, Huawei kept secret about the level of wireless reverse charging it had. In addition, it is not easy for users to use a feature that is referred to as “Powerbank” .
To activate the wireless reverse charging feature, users need to access the related list available in the battery settings option. Huawei does not provide easy-to-access Google to enable or disable this wireless reverse charging.
Once activated, the user must immediately attach the device that needs to be filled on the back of the Mate 20 Pro. If the device is not fastly attached, the wireless reverse charging feature will turn off automatically in a few seconds.
Yes! This was intentionally done by Huawei to prevent waste of power. Well! For those of you who are curious about the Mate 20 Pro’s wireless reverse charging level, the Android Authority has recently tested using the AccuBattery application.
AccuBattery itself is an application that can be used to get a rough idea of the speed of charging. This application can also be used openly to check the wireless reverse charging feature of Mate 20 Pro when used to charge Pixel 3.
It was found that the charging level could be half the normal 5W wireless charging speed. With 2.5W wireless charging, it seems that this feature is so slow that it cannot be used to charge other devices.
Previously Huawei was also expected to announce FlyPods wireless earbuds at the launch of the Mate 20 Series. However, Huawei actually introduced the homemade earbuds when Honor officially released the Magic 2 Honor some time ago.
FlyPods also supports wireless charging and can be fixed by attaching it to the back of the Mate 20 Pro via wireless reverse charging. Made by Huawei, of course FlyPods can be filled faster, unfortunately there is no explanation from Huawei about that.