Mind Blowing : Phone will be full charged in only 15 minutes, know how

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Qualcomm has launched Quick Charge 5 as its ultra fast technology. The company claimed that the battery of the completely depleted smartphone can be charged up to 50 percent in five minutes. Earlier in June 2017, the company also launched its previous version Quick Charge 4+. Apart from super quick charging, the technology is 10 percent more cool and 70 percent more capacity than the previous version. It supports 2S battery pack. With this, the technology can also be used for USB power delivery (USB-PD) and USB Type C technology.

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Expected to come in the market in the third quarter of this year,

the new technology Quick Charge 5 is expected to come in the market in the third quarter of this year. The company is currently testing it. Talking about other specifications, it has the ability to support charging over 100 watts, which was limited to 45 watts in case of Quick Charge 4+.

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Mind Blowing : Phone will be full charged in only 15 minutes, know how

In comparison to the Quick Charge 4 and its advanced version Quick Charge 4 Plus, the new launch will get 10 degree Celsius more cooling experience on 4000 mAH battery. The company has claimed that the battery is half charged in the first 5 minutes. According to the company, the remaining 50 percent battery will take a little longer and will be charged in 10 minutes. Overall, it will take 15 minutes to charge the entire battery from 0 percent to 100 percent.

These phones will support

if talking about the devices supported by the new battery charging device, the company has said that initially it will only support Snapdragon 865, Snapdragon 865 Plus processor and Next Generation Premium and High Tier Snapdragon mobile platforms. .

However, gradually the company aims to support the technology as well as the first version of the Snapdragon, including the Snapdragon 700 series and the previous version.

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