The future of smartphones can be a foldable device and may even have a large and bright display, but the battery and fast charging technology in a handset makes most users excited that they can get more juice on a single charge. Looks squeaky and drains the battery fast.
While original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) like Huawei and OnePlus offer fast charging with their flagship smartphones such as the P30 Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro, handset manufacturers such as Realme offer it in its mid-tier Realme X.
In fact, Apple is also looking to join the bandwagon as reports suggest it will introduce a USB-C charger on September 10 with the upcoming iPhone 11 indicating the possibility of higher charging capability.
Apple introduced fast-charging support for iPhones in 2017, but to date, the iPhone manufacturer has only included chargers capable of 5W power distribution.
Qualcomm Quick Charge: Following the default standard in the smartphone industry, the chipset making Vishal Qualcomm-owned quick charge technology is an important reason why fast charging has become so popular. Qualcomm’s latest 4.0+ revision of Quick Charge is compatible with “power delivery”, thus, allowing for faster charge speeds and a wider range of support.
Huawei P30 Pro: Huawei P30 Pro packs inside a huge 4,200mAh battery and it supports 40W fast wired charging. Fast charging on the device is known as “supercharged” – including Huawei’s proprietary technology. The smartphone also offers reverse wireless charging, which is quite slow at the moment.
OnePlus 7 Pro: OnePlus 7 Pro comes with the largest capacity battery and fastest charging technology of any OnePlus phone. Looking at the 90Hz refresh rate display, the battery runs out quickly, but the company’s in-house “war charge” takes a 30W charge that promises zero to 50% juice in about 25 minutes.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ pack has a 4,300mAh battery and this time, the company has introduced a respectable 25W charger that promises to give the device 0 to about 65% juice in 30 minutes. is.
Realme X: Chinese handset maker Realme relies on fast charging technology in its home, which it calls VOOC charging. Its Realme X VOOC 3.0 comes with support for fast charging, which gives a full charge of 3,765mAh battery in about 75 minutes.