American chip maker company Qualcomm has introduced Quiz Charge 5 (Quick Charge 5) technology in the market, which will charge the smartphone in just 15 minutes.
There has been a lot of work on Fast Charging Technology for some time. Some phones are coming with 18W quick charging support, while some companies have recently shown charging solutions up to 100W. Future devices can have charging speeds of up to 125 watts, that means it will take only a few minutes to charge the battery of the smartphone, not hours.
Now American chip maker company Qualcomm has introduced the Quiz Charge 5 (Quick Charge 5) technology in the market, which will charge the smartphone in just 15 minutes.
Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 5 technology will support charging of 100 watts or more. This is an upgraded version of Quick Charge 4.0 / 4+ only. With this help, the charging speed of the phone will increase significantly. Regarding Quick Charge 5, the company claims that with the help of this, the battery of the smartphone will be charged from 0 to 50 percent in just 5 minutes and the battery will take only 15 minutes to be fully charged.
Its charging speed is four times more than the old version. Not only this, it is 70 percent more efficient than the previous version, as well as 10 times more powerful than the first gen quick charge in terms of power delivery. Apart from this, it comes with 2S battery and 20 volts power delivery support. In order to increase battery life, it will have special features like Qualcomm Battery Saver and Smart Identification for Adapter Capability.
How does work
In this, fast charging is possible due to 2S batteries and 20 vault power delivery. This means that in the coming time you will see two battery packs in the smartphone. This will double the charging speed. When the charging vault is high, Qualcomm says that Quick Charge 5 will be 10 degrees Celsius colder than the previous version Click Charge 4. Let us know that the flagship phones that come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 865 Plus chipsets are already supporting Quick Charge 5 technology. The first device with this technology is expected to arrive in the third quarter of 2020.