Qualcomm “Quick Charge 5”: Does it charge 50 percent within 5 minutes?

Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 50% charge within 5 minutes
Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 50% charge within 5 minutes

“Quick Charge 5”, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. reveals and claims that 4,500 mAh battery with 0% can charge up to 50% within merely 5 minutes.

“Quick Charge 5” 50% with 5 minutes

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Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. published ‘Quick Charge 5’ with “100W+” charging technology for forthcoming smartphones and keep the battery 10°C cooler. The company announces a fifth-generation charger will 10x more potent than the other original Quick Charge; this solution supports 2S batteries and 20 Volts of power delivery.

Fifth generation Charger, heats better than forerunner versions and 4x fast charging than charge 4 and 4+.It include separate voltage, consolidated with absolute temperature protections, which includes USB-input over voltage protection at 25V and 30V beyond for external power controls.

It also runs 10 degrees Celsius cooler than Quick Charge 4. Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 5 includes

  • Dual/Triple Charge technology
  • adaptive input voltage
  • INOV4
  • Qualcomm Battery Saver, and
  • the new Qualcomm Smart Identification of Adapter Capabilities technology.

The Specification of the new Qualcomm® charge is the Smart Identification of Adapter Capabilities technology that supports unparalleled efficiency to help battery life of user devices.

Ev Roach, VP Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies Inc. says, “Quick Charge 5, our fastest and most versatile charging solution, will enable consumers to enjoy their devices for longer periods, without worrying about the time required to recharge. We are proud to expand our technology portfolio and make accessible 100W+ charging a commercial reality”.

New charger charges devices at flashing speed and with extraordinary safety measures. Qualcomm suggest an inappreciably more conforming five-minute power than Oppo zero to 50 percent full. Currently, most smartphones using 30W fast charging and few ones offer 45 to 65W charging.

The charge controller chips inside the phone using the PD protocol used to measure its features to manage the actual maximum current it can furnish during the gripping eye. Qualcomm says in the future, over 250 brands will use Quick Charge 5 technology. Exclusively the Quick Charge 5 supports prevailing Snapdragon 865, 865 Plus, and future high-tier Snapdragon mobile platforms. For more technology news click here.