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Qualcomm Quick Charge 5 charges 50 percent in 5 minutes

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Finally, make the 100 watt super-charge standard.

Finally, make the 100 watt super-charge standard.

Qualcomm promises 5 minutes of charging to 50 percent, and 100 percent in just 15 minutes with the fifth generation Quick Charge 5.

Supports over 100 w charging power
It's nice that Qualcomm is integrating this into its chipsets, so that many more Android mobiles can benefit from even faster charging now that we've seen mobile manufacturers launch their own super-fast chargers:

This is the advantage of Qualcomm embedding
Fortunately, Quick Charge 5 uses a completely standard 3 A USB C cable and promises these speeds when charging large 4500 mAh batteries. Impressive.

Qualcomm boasts that they have managed to charge 70 percent more efficiently than the previous generation, and at the same time 10 degrees cooler.
Snapdragon 865 and 865 Plus devices already support Quick Charge 5.

QuickCharge 5 is backward compatible with all of the previous standards:

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