A few days ago, Honor announced its Honor Play 20 (KOZ-AL00). The launched device was an entry-level device from the company with a Unisoc T610 chipset. Recent reports claim that the company is now working on the Pro version of the Honor Play 20 model.
Today, a new device with model number KOZ-AL40 has been listed on the Chinese 3C (or CCC) Certification. We know that the 3C Certification is famous for revealing the charging specifications or the battery specifications of the upcoming phones.
The 3C Certification of Honor Play 20 Pro has also revealed the charging specifications. As can be seen, the upcoming model will feature 22.5W Fast Charger with model number HW-100225C00. The charger might come with Honor branding, as both companies are now separated.
The charger supports a maximum of 22.5W (10V, 2.25A) charging. It also supports charging at the following modes: 10W (5V, 2A) and 18W (9V, 2A). As mentioned in the certification, the applicant is “Honor Device Company Limited,” It is also observed that this charger is being manufactured in different factories.
Currently, other specifications like display, battery capacity, and chipset are unknown. However, it can be seen from the 3C certification that it still does not support 5G, and it may still use Unisoc T610 chipset or higher-end 4G Soc. It is expected that this model will be launched next month (June 2021).