One of the novelties of the HarmonyOS operating system is that devices that have it installed will be able to detect non-original chargers
After several months of waiting, Huawei officially launched its operating system HarmonyOS. Although it generated endless doubts, little by little it has gained more followers.
According to some reports, there are currently more than 10 million people who use the operating system. Although it is far from the numbers reached by ios Y Android It is a considerable number for a start.
One of the novelties that has arrived with HarmonyOS is the possibility that the devices can detect non original chargers.
According to the company, it is a very important tool to protect users and equipment. Since the non original chargers they can pose a great risk.
Huawei highlighted that when a fake charger is connected to a device with HarmonyOS a signal will be sent that the cell phone’s power supply is charging slowly, and it will also show you a message that says: “This charger does not comply with the fast charging protocol. Fast charging is not possible ”.
Bruce Lee, vice president of Huawei’s mobile phone product line, revealed in his social media that when users see that message it is that they are not original chargers.
The latest Huawei smartphones are developed with the “SuperCharge” fast charging function, a technology that only takes 45 minutes to fully fill a mobile battery.
That is why these cell phones are not compatible with other chargers, hence the warning message appears when they are used non original chargers.
This is an interesting feature to avoid selling chargers that promise fast charges, but don’t live up to expectations.