The global chipmaker, Qualcomm, has created a new feature when it comes to the speed performance of a mobile phone. According to the company, the latest feature has the ability to improve the charging of the device at a reduced cost. Snapdragon 765, as well as the Snapdragon 765G chip, is featuring this new charging tech.
A big battery is beneficial when it comes to the speed of your device; however, it is not the only factor that counts. Qualcomm has found a new fast-charging solution that will make your smartphone work faster. The new product of the company is called Quick Charge 3 Plus.
Now, this new product helps your device to work at the same speed as the Quick Charge 4 Plus basic version. The later device was launched back in 2017, and it features in most of the mid-range smartphones to flagship the ones.
Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3 – Specs and Details
5G connectivity has become the new trend in the mobile phone technology. Even the mid-range mobile phones are expected to feature a 5G modem; therefore, Qualcomm is responding to the users’ expectations. The fast-charging feature available in the friendly-budget smartphones does the trick.
According to the specs, the new Quick Charge 3 Plus is able to restore a dead mobile phone up to 50% capacity in just a quarter of an hour. That means 35% faster than its predecessor. But, there is another thing that this new feature manages to achieve in terms of the temperature. This feature reduces the temperature by nine degrees. The Quick Charge 3 Plus is backed up by a 20V and 3A to supply power up to 60W.
Qualcomm ‘s new technology supports multiple industry-standard cables, including the cheaper ones, such as the USB Type-A cables. Thanks to its scalable voltage, the Quick Charge 3 Plus is a low-cost option for OEMs and consumers again. Another big plus that comes with the latest feature is the wide range of accessories.
At the moment, only the Snapdragon 765 and the Snapdragon 765G feature the new Quick Charge 3 Plus technology from Qualcomm. However, we expect to see more chipsets in the future. If you are curious to see how it works on a device, wait for the Xiaomi M smartphone to come out.