- The new charging solution of Qualcomm will charge your smartphone within 15 minutes.
- It comes with the backward compatibility.
- Qualcomm will bring it in the market later this year.
Qualcomm the very well-known name in the mobile industry has launched its new charging solution called Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 and it is coming with the many improvements compared to the current version. The main highlight of the latest charging technology, the company claims that it can able to charge your smartphone upto 50% in just 5 minutes and it can be charged fully within 15 minutes of time and that is pretty impressive. The new charging solution is expected to arrive in the market later this year.
Everything about Qualcomm Quick Charge 5
The new charging technology is coming with more than 100W charging capability and that is a significant improvement compared to the current version of the technology, Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 comes with the backward compatibility which means it will be support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 or above and the same will also support the existing Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.
It is coming with the up to 10% cooler along with the four times faster as well as a 75% more efficient, the company also says that it will support 25 battery packs and it is optimized for both the USB power delivery along with the USB Type-C.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 technology also comes with Qualcomm’s Battery Saver and Smart Identification of Adapter Capabilities. It also enables dual and triple charge technology and works with adaptive input voltage to protect the battery while offering faster charging.
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