Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 phones can load up to 27 percent faster than before




Qualcomm has presented its Quick Charge 3.0 technology. Appliances upcoming socs as the Snapdragon 820, 620, 618, 617 and 430 can handle the new technology for rapid charging.

The biggest difference with Quick Charge 2.0 is that the charger and phone can determine the voltage with a precision 200mV, with values ​​between 3.6V and 20V, allowing the adapter can deliver exactly the right amount of power, says Qualcomm. This should make it more efficient charging and ensures that the load “to 27 percent” goes faster than with the current Quick Charge 2.0. A device with a 2750mAh battery, according to the manufacturer within 35 minutes from 0 to 80 percent can load. The unit can be up to 40 degrees Celsius during the charging process.

Remarkably, the charging technology also found in cheaper socs Qualcomm, making cheaper handsets can receive support for Quick Charge. The cheapest soc with support for Quick Charge 3.0 is the Snapdragon 430, the successor of the Snapdragon 400 and 410 which are found in budget phones.

Qualcomm also makes known to integrate X12 LTE modem in the high-end Snapdragon 820. It has support for LTE you, 4g on the 5GHz frequency of wifi. Because this frequency to use is free, providers can expand their 4G networks with that frequency, even though the range is limited. Moreover, the Snapdragon 820 thanks to X12 modem support for LTE and LTE-down cat12 cat13 up for theoretical download and upload speeds of 600Mbit / s and 150Mbit / s. Dutch and Belgian providers support those speeds and not go up to 225Mbit / s down and 50Mbit / s up.


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