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Fast Charging

Fast charging has become a norm of late, and you need a fast wireless charger for all your modern gadgets, from smartphones and tablets to laptops. As the name suggests, fast charging refers to the capability of a charger and a device to charge faster as compared to the current 5W charging standard. While different technologies are in use today to enable wireless fast charging on mobile devices, we don’t have an industry-standard language for them yet.

If the concept of wireless fast charging sounds new to you, here we have a detailed guide for you to not only understand fast charging but also find yourself the fastest wireless charger.

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Are there any prerequisites?

Before you could start taking advantage of high-speed charging, you need to have compatible devices. Your smartphone, laptop, tablet, or any other device should be compatible with the fast charging standard used by your fast charger.

 It is also important that the maximum charging speed of both devices is the same. For instance, if you have a 27W fast charger, and you are trying to charge your smartphone that can go only as high as 18W, you’ll be able to achieve a maximum charging speed of 18W despite the higher capacity of your fast charger.

Wireless charging is inefficient

While the transfer from electric current to electromagnetic field and back results in some power loss, while charging wirelessly, up to 80% of the input watts can be transmitted.

The charger's coil design accounts for a large part of its efficiency; superior design and high-quality components result in reduced energy loss. Inexpensive, non-certified wireless chargers are likely to be made of substandard materials and components, and will be inefficient and unreliable.

"Inexpensive, non-certified wireless chargers are likely to be made of inferior materials and components, and will be inefficient and unreliable."

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What types of fast charging standards are used today?

While there are many different types of fast charging standards in use today, the original and the most popular ones are still the Qualcomm Quick Charge and USB-C Power Delivery (USB-PD)

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Qualcomm® Quick Charge

Fast charging technology is becoming more common as smartphones become more powerful. Qualcomm® fast charging enables your smartphone to charge much faster than traditional charging methods. 

The benefits of Quick Charge

A Quick Charge-enabled charger provides greater power when connected with compatible devices, allowing the connected device to charge quicker. Quick Charge is one of the most extensively utilized quick charging methods, and it's already in a lot of your favorite phones. If your smartphone is compatible with Quick Charge 3.0, you could charge it up to 80% in just 35 minutes.*

*Charge up to four times quicker than standard 5-watt chargers. Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ internal tests were performed utilizing a 2750mAh fast charge battery.

USB-C Power Delivery

USB-C Power Delivery is a rapid charging technology that delivers significantly more power than conventional charging and is supported by several iOS/Apple and Android/Google/Samsung devices.

*When coupled with an Apple USB-C to Lightning Cable, USB-C PD charges your iPhone 8 or later Apple phones up to 50% in 30 minutes. The amount of time it takes to charge varies depending on the environment; real results may differ.

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Are there any risks involved?

As your smartphone charges at a faster speed with these fast charging technologies, it is common for the charger and your smartphone to get warm in the process. To make sure that your device is not at risk, it is recommended that you should always use the best wireless charger with all the relevant certifications. Fast charge is not risky as a charging standard as long as you are using fully certified accessories. 

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Frequently Asked Questions