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What are the fast chargers for smartphones. There are 6 types
Conventional chargers supply 5V with amperage from 0.5 to 2.5A. They charge smartphones and tablets for an extremely long time: the 3500 mAh battery will replenish in about 4 hours.
The rate of replenishment of energy was one of the main problems of smartphones, and it was solved by the release of more powerful chargers.
Fast charges have increased amperage and voltage. In different standards, they reach 20V and 5A. On average, smartphones with their support charge in an hour and a half. three times faster than with regular charging.
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What are fast chargers, their disadvantages and which are better. we will talk about this.
Used by: Huawei
Branded charger from Huawei. Used by the company since Mate 9. Compatible with USB Power Delivery, thanks to Smart Charge protocol.
The exact speed is not stated. In the Digital Trends test, the flagship Huawei Mate 20 Pro with a 4200 mAh battery fully charges in 1 hour 10 minutes.
Warp Charge (Dash Charge)
Used by: OnePlus
OnePlus before OPPO began to expose fast charging as a strong point.
Dash Charge is one of the most recognized standards in the mobile industry. It is also the strongest side of the company’s smartphones until 2018, when fast charging appeared in almost everyone.
Tom’s Guide tests confirmed that the company’s smartphones replenished energy the fastest with it in 2017. The OnePlus 5T charged 53% in half an hour, and 93% in an hour. For 2017, the indicators are imperial, for 2019 they are still worthy.
In 2019, OnePlus continues to improve the charger. 2019 Flagship Receives Warp Charge Standard.
The charging power of the OnePlus 7 Pro is 30 W. With it, the 4000 mAh battery replenishes energy from zero to 50% in 20 minutes. And it takes less than 1 hour to fully charge.
The minus charge is the same as that of OPPO’s SuperVOOC. Warp Charge standard is only compatible with OnePlus smartphones.
What is the fast charging of an iPhone?
iPhones support USB Power Delivery. Its plus is compatibility with a large number of devices, the second most popular standard after Qualcomm Quick Charge. Third-party accessories support the iPhone.
True, this advantage is broken by the proprietary Lightning connector.
Recall that fast charging is supported by Apple smartphones starting from the 2017 models (8, Plus and X). Starting with the iPhone 11 Pro, the Cupertino-based company is putting fast charging in the flagship kit.
To increase the speed, the connector on the adapter was changed. instead of USB-A, there is USB-C. However, even with him, iPhones cannot compete with the best.
The power of the adapter is 18 watts. According to PhoneArena, the iPhone 11 Pro charges 28% in 15 minutes, 55% in half an hour, 85% in an hour, and for a full charge in 1 hour and 42 minutes. Decent relative to conventional 5-watt charging and usually compared to competitors.
Similar figures for the OnePlus 5T, a 2017 smartphone. OnePlus 7 Pro leaves no chances for iPhone. with more battery capacity, the flagship with pop-up camera fully charges in less than an hour.
Almost two hours to fully charge is too mediocre. The same OnePlus 5T fully replenished energy in an hour and a half.
USB Power Delivery is also supported by Google Pixel and some Sony smartphones. Take last year’s Xperia XZ3, for example. The Pixel 3 and 3 XL also have a maximum charging power of 18 watts.
The companies from the BBK conglomerate. OPPO, Vivo and OnePlus. are most anxious about fast charging. Fast chargers of smartphones of his companies are the best in terms of power.
Until this year, Dash Charge was considered the pride of the latter, but more about it later.
So far, the company’s best solution is SuperVOOC 3.0, used in OPPO F11, F11 Pro, realme 3, 3 Pro and all OPPO Reno modifications.
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With this standard, the power supply reaches 20W (5V and 4A). For the technology to work, a special thickened wire with an additional contact in the connector is used.
OPPO is clearly not going to stop there. In September of this year, the company offered an even more advanced solution. SuperVOOC 2.0 with a power of 65 watts.
OPPO Reno Ace 65w Super VOOC charging demo
With this standard, the battery will be fully charged in just 30 minutes, and in 5 minutes the battery will replenish energy by 45%. I forgot to plug in the wire at night. I put it on for 5 minutes in the morning, and the smartphone is half charged.
The first smartphone with SuperVOOC 2.0 should be Reno Ace, which will be presented in October this year. However, it is not known when the device with it will appear on sale. BBK likes to show smartphones with experimental functions and delay their release.
The disadvantage of SuperVOOC Charge is proprietary. The standard is supported only by certified devices and, as a result, is not popular. If your charger gets lost, finding a new one can be problematic.
Adaptive Fast Charging
Used by: Samsung
Samsung exclusive standard. Supported by all smartphones of the company with Exynos chips, compatible with Quick Charge 2.0.
The parameters are claimed to be powerful. 9 V, 2 A (18 W), but in practice the characteristics are not justified. The Samsung Galaxy S8 with a 3,000mAh battery takes about 2 hours to fully charge, according to Digital Trends. It’s slow. In turn, competitors with 4000 mAh replenish energy faster.
However, these may be precautions. Apparently Samsung remembers the Galaxy Note 7 nightmare. XDA Developers found out that the Galaxy S8 flagship has the lowest charging temperature.
How fast charging works?
Three parameters determine the power of the charger:
Volt (V) is a measure of voltage
Watt (W). total power value
Charger parameters are not the only factor affecting the rate of energy replenishment.
Feedback from the smartphone is also important, allowing you to change the charging speed. with an empty battery, it will be maximum. Conventionally, at 50%, the power will decrease.
These are the fast chargers that exist today: