Qualcomm presents Quick Charge 5: 100% in a few minutes, arriving with Xiaomi

qualcomm quick charge 5

After two years of silence, Qualcomm back to making the big voice in terms of quick charging officially presenting Quick Charge 5. The new standard adapts to today's more powerful solutions, typically Asian in origin: I am thinking of standards OPPO, Realme e Vivo, but also Xiaomi and soon Huawei. Not to mention Lenovo e Nubia, who with their respective gaming smartphones want to offer equally powerful recharges.

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Qualcomm quick charge switches to the Quick Charge 5 standard

The latest standard, presented in 2018, was the Quick Charge 4, never really spread on the market with rare exceptions. In fact, all manufacturers have preferred to rely on themselves and create proprietary standards. The competition can only do well and certainly pushed Qualcomm to create a Quick Charge 5 that was competitive enough. However, it is also true that we would all prefer to have a universal standard that would allow us to have a charger compatible with multiple brands.

Hardly this will happen, but in the meantime Qualcomm makes it possible with Quick Charge 5 to go in this direction. Also because, compared to the last generation, the new quick charge allows you to go over 100W. This results in quadrupled speeds that allow you to charge a battery from 4.500 mAh of 50% in 5 minutes and of 100% in 15 minutes. The technical support guarantees the possibility of exploiting the double batteries (necessary with such powers) and a voltage of 20V.

qualcomm quick charge 5

Hardly this will happen, but in the meantime Qualcomm makes it possible with Quick Charge 5 to go in this direction. Also because, compared to the last generation, the new quick charge allows you to go over 100W. This results in quadrupled speeds that allow you to charge a battery from 4.500 mAh of 50% in 5 minutes and of 100% in 15 minutes. The technical support guarantees the possibility of exploiting the double batteries (necessary with such powers) and a voltage of 20V.

The system designed by Qualcomm integrates 12 independent protections for voltage, current and temperature, carefully checking which charger has connected to the device and adapting to it. This keeping temperatures lower than 10 ° C compared to Quick Charge 4. Furthermore, Quick Charge 5 is backwards compatible with the previous 2.0, 3.0, 4 and 4+ standards, as well as with USB-PD and Type-C.

Qualcomm chipsets that are able to take advantage of Quick Charge 5 are Snapdragon 865 e 865+, as well as the "future premium Snapdragon platforms". One of the very first companies to integrate it will be Xiaomi: that it is Mi 10 Ultra the first top of the range to have it?

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