Earlier this month, we reported that Huawei won a new patent right that uses lip movement to unlock devices. The patent surprised the mobile industry, as it is known for using passwords, fingerprints, and face recognition for unlocking. In recent years, Huawei’s patented technologies are among the best in relevant rankings.
However, as a constantly improving technology company in its research and development. Huawei has been reported to have won another new patent, which can realize Wired and Wireless Charging work at the same time.
The Qichacha App documents revealed that Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. has announced the filing of a patent for a charging method, electronic device, and computer-readable storage media. This patent application was filed on September 2, 2021, and it was published on March 7, 2023, with Wang Xiaozhao, Bi Yang, and Xiang Yu as the inventors.
Huawei Wired and Wireless Charging Simultaneously
According to the patent’s abstract, the application’s embodiment provides a charging procedure, an electronic device, and a computer-readable storage medium. Through a wired charging interface and wireless charging interface, the electronic gadget is connected to a wired and wireless charger, respectively.
Using a Wired and Wireless Charging charger charges the electronic device through the second charging circuit after the first charging circuit has been used to charge the device. The charging process entails determining the wired and wireless chargers’ charging capacities as well as computing and utilizing the initial charging circuit.
Calculating the charging power value while utilizing the first charging circuit or the second charging circuit to achieve the maximum charging power value, and agreeing to utilize the first charging power value that corresponds to the maximum charging power value.
The electronic device is charged by the charging circuit and/or the second charging circuit. It can access numerous chargers of various types and enable multiple simultaneous charges.
Currently, the quick charging technique is used in the mobile phone sector. There isn’t much battery energy storage in mass-produced mobile phones; they can sustain a charging power of up to 240W, which is essentially the maximum rapid charging rate. Nonetheless, Huawei’s dual charging method might in the future pave the way for a new charging pattern.