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Qualcomm introduced a new charging standard, called Quick Charge for Wireless Power, which aims to speed up wireless charging times.
SuperCharge beat out Google and Apple's simpler systems as well as other adapter-based systems like OnePlus's Dash Charge and Motorola's Turbo Charge.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8+ may well be the best, prettiest, most impressive phones in the world, but their fast charging support has a little problem.
By no means affordable, at $150 stateside, the "intelligent" Razer Power Bank has Quick Charge 3.0 support going for it, and both USB-A and C ports.
Not only is Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4 technology 20 percent faster than version 3.0, but it's also considerably safer for fewer phone explosions.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, Dash Charge, Super VOOC and all those other standards might have to be abandoned. Or Android Nougat, who knows?
Qualcomm has its Quick Charge and OPPO has VOOC; neither of which is what powers Google's new Nexus phones. Here's how Nexus Quick Charge works.
The next version of Qualcomm's charging standard - Quick Charge 3.0 - has been announced. Here's what you need to know about it.
Fast charging is everywhere. It’s called out on the box of every phone it’s implemented in. It’s advertised online. It takes form in multiple variants. But does it really help drive sales?
We’ve seen fast charging take many identities. Qualcomm’s Quick Charge, Oppo’s VOOC, Samsung’s Adaptive Fast Charge… Our own Joe Levi already took a look at the different fast charging options a few months ago, and his tests indicated a clear benefit to having the feature. As the name implies, with “fast charging,” your phone is able [...]
By USB or by wall outlet, our gadgets receive energy and store it in their batteries. Once they’re unplugged, they’re immediately powering through your day. That is, if they can last as long as you do. And in the case of wearable technology, where battery capacity only goes so far as the technology inside of it and the limited physical footprint, sometimes they don’t.
With discharge cycles lasting anywhere between 18 hours and seven days, we’re not excited with having to deal with what’s still widely considered as an accessory to a smartphone rather [...]
The G4 may not ship with a power adapter that can take advantage of it, but LG G4 Quick Charge support is still secretly present.