The Huawei SuperCharge MultiPort Charger supports both Huawei's proprietary SuperCharge and non SuperCharge based charging through its USB Type-A ports. To demonstrate this we connected the Huawei P10 phone that supports SuperCharge technology to the SuperCharge based port while attaching the Motorola Moto G6 phone to a non SuperCharge based port on the Huawei charger. We could then observe how well the charger delivered SuperCharge based charging to the Huawei P10 while being connected to the Motorola Moto G6 at the same time.
Note there could be a possibility that Qualcomm Quick Charge technology is supported by the 5V@2A non SuperCharge port of the Huawei charger for charging which we observed below.
Overall the Huawei SuperCharge MultiPort Charger was observed to take about 110 minutes to charge the Huawei P10 to almost full while attached with the Motorola Moto G6 with the Moto G6 phone having 9% battery charge at plugin. At initial 5V startup voltage, about .3 amps current was briefly pulled by the Huawei P10 which later increased to enable charging to around 9.8 watts (4.9 amps @ 2 amps). This same level of charging then continued at almost steady state for about 50 minutes after which the current gradually ramped down to near zero as the battery was almost full. In the last few minutes of charging current was still repeatedly pulled up to .5 amps along a 5 volts rail. Click here to download the trace captured by the GRL-A1 power analyzer to view more details.
The Huawei SuperCharge MultiPort Charger mostly delivered power within 10W through SuperCharge technology to charge the Huawei P10, which is even lower than 15W when charging only the P10 phone. Note the Huawei SuperCharge MultiPort Charger was tested previously to deliver only 15W based charging rather than 22.5W (4.5 volts @ 5 amps or 5 volts @ 4.5 amps) to the Huawei P10 using SuperCharge technology through the Huawei SuperCharge USB Type-C to USB Type-A cable.