Along with Huawei’s Mate 40 series the company also launched few more gadgets. A wireless car charger of 65W, a charging stand of 50W, a 12,000mAh power bank. And, a new case that uses a light ring to brighten pictures is also present. The 12,000mAh power bank also supports 66W charging. The new launches also include a new Huawei’s Sound X Bluetooth speaker. A new Porsche Design version of the Huawei Watch GT 2 was also introduced at the launch.
Huawei’s SuperCharge Wireless Charger Stand is launched in upgraded form from its earlier capacity of 40W to 50W fast charging. It has the same vertical design with a 60-degree tilt. It has two charging coils and a phone can be charged when placed on it in both directions horizontally and vertically. The launch also included a small and louder Huawei Sound X, a portable Bluetooth speaker. The new speaker comes with LDAC, a Hi-Res audio coding technology support for wireless listening, it also has a 3.5mm aux input alongside Bluetooth. The package includes one woofer along with two passive units and three tweeters delivering a frequency response of 55Hz to 40KHz.
Other Features of The Huawei Sound Speaker
The speaker has been launched in a single color i.e. black color and weighs around 2.2kg. It was co-developed by the luxury audio brand Devialet. A brand new all-titanium version of Huawei’s GT 2 was also launched during the event. The new watch also has a ceramic back and snap buckle. The watch has a 14-day battery life and functions on Huawei’s Kirin A1 SoC. It supports Bluetooth v5.1 and comes with a built-in GPS. A glimpse of a Pearl White color variant case that comes with a ring that houses 54 LEDs and pops up to give extra light to selfies was also seen. The case is designed to automatically and wirelessly draw power from the Mate 40 Pro.