Useful Fast Charging Technologies

  • Larger batteries for smartphones is something that is becoming more common and it sounds like a good thing and it really is, as you’re able to use your smartphone for a long duration. That said, having a large battery is better is when the battery is actually at full power but on the flip side, once you have depleted battery that’s quite basically means that’s it’s going to take a long time to recharge the battery to its full power. Standard charging isn’t to cut it, otherwise, you’re going to be waiting quite a while for your smartphone to recharge.

    That’s where fast charging technologies such as Quick Charge and USB-C Power Delivery come in to play. So we all want better battery tech, but until then, the solution for recharging larger battery capacities is to use faster-charging tech that can refill the battery at a faster rate. This basically makes up for the larger battery that you have to refill.

    The first fat charging tech that we wanted to go over is Quick Charge. Quick Charge is a very common type of fast charging that's used with many Android smartphones and that’s because many Android smartphones on the market make use of a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. As a result, of many phones making use of this fast charging tech, there are ultimately quite a lot chargers that take advantage of it and use it with there ports. The most common type of charging electronics on the market uses Quick Charge are wall chargers and desktop charging stations. Quick Charge is so helpful that there is some desktop charging statins that actually use two Quick Charge ports, so you can charge two Quick Charge compatible smartphones at the same time.

    QC is also being used no quite a lot of other charging electronics such as power banks and car chargers. One of the best types of power banks is Quick Charge power banks, as you can take the fast charging tech with you anywhere and recharge your smartphone very quickly while it’s in your pocket.

    Even tough Quick Charge is very useful and is used with many smartphones on the market, the flaw is that it’s not universal as the device that’s being used with it must have a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. That’s where USB-C Power Delivery charging comes into play.

    If you already didn’t know, USB-C is basically the new standard of charging for many portable devices on the market as nearly all new Android smartphones are using a UBS-C port to recharge. With Power Delivery, which is basically the fast charging tech that’s being used with the USB-C standard, USB-C is able to go to more devices than just smartphones and that means it’s being used with tablets and laptops.

    This basically means that if you own a USB-C smartphone and laptops that recharges using UBS-C, you can basically use the same charger on both of them. Providing that the charger that you’re using is Power Delivery. There are quite a lot of laptops on the market that is currently using Power Delivery charging such a MacBooks, Chromebooks, and Asus’ ZenBook. Perhaps one of the most useful types of chargers to use Power Delivery is not just portable chargers, but also USB-C Power Delivery wall chargers. That’s because those types of chargers not only use a Power Delivery port to charge your smartphone and laptop at their max charging speed, but they also have other ports that you can use to charge other devices at the same time that you’re charging your laptop.