This article is an add-on the article previously done on the various fast chargings of the brands. Today we are going to discuss the top of them. We will go from the fastest among the bunch to the least fast at the bottom.
One thing is to note that these fast chargings require their special fast charging adapters and special cables and special circuitry and controllers inside the device to allow that amount of power.
Huawei 55W SuperCharge
With the launch of the foldable phone, Mate X, Huawei launched their next gen of the Supercharge. This one has a charger output of 55W, up from the 40W.
This technique can charge the 4,500 mAh battery of the Mate X, from 0 to 85% in 30 minutes. I don’t have to actual charger rating. It can be expected something similar to the 40 W Supercharge like 10V at 5.5 A, but this is not confirmed yet.
Oppo’s Super VOOC
This is the top-rated, having maximum power support of the 50W. The charger rating is 10V at 5A. This technique uses two sets of batteries and charges them at the same time at half power.
This charing is available in two phones – one is Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition and the other is new Oppo R17 Pro.
For the Oppo R17 Pro’s 3700 mAh Battery, Oppo used two 1850 mAh batteries, and with the Super VOOC Charger, R17 Pro was charger 40% in 10 minutes.
This technique a maximum of 40W output. The charger rating is 10V at 4A. This thing is available in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and can charge its massive 4200 mAh battery from 0 to 70% in 30 minutes.
OnePlus Warp Charge 30
This has a maximum power support of 30W. The charger rating is 5V at 6A. OnePlus launched this charging with the new OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition.
The device’s 3700 mAh battery can be charged up to 50% in 20 minutes. From now on OnePlus may shift to Warp Charge 30 for all its upcoming phones instead of its Dash Charge. The dash charge in now called simple Fast Charge.
On his YouTube Channel, Dave Lee tested the Warp Charge 30 vs OnePlus Fast Charge and here are the results.
You can see the results for yourself.
Test Between the THREE
PhoneRadar Channel on YouTube did a real-life comparison between the three recently. The results of the video are n the table below for your reference.
|Duration||Super VOOC 50W Charger|
(Oppo R17 Pro 3700 mAh)
|SuperCharge 40W Charger (Huawei Mate 20 Pro 4200 mAh)||Warp Charge 30 30W Charger
(OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition 3700 mAh)
As you can clearly see the Oppo SuperVOOC is a clear winner. Even all the charging speeds are close to the claims made by their respective brands. I am linking the video for you to see yourself.
Qualcomm QuickCharge 4+ and Xiaomi’s Charge Turbo for Mi 9
This charging tech is the latest from Qualcomm. This charging technique has a maximum output power of 27 W, and the maximum charger rating is 9V at 3A.
This thing uses a technique called ‘Dual Charge’, and what it does is that it allows the power to enter the battery in two channels. Its like water is entering a tank from two pipes. Consider this as a literal example.
As of now, I don’t have any actual charging time information for any particular battery capacity.
Oppo VOOC Flash Charge and OnePlus Dash Charge
Both of them are one same thing. The technology is of Oppo but as Oppo and OnePlus are sisters from the same parent BBk Electronics, Oppo gave an internal license to OnePlus for the charging tech.
This tech has a maximum output power of 20W and the maximum charger rating is 5V at 2A. This tech is not said to use any split battery technique like the newer SuperVOOC.
This thing is able to charge the Oppo Find X’s 3730 mAh from 15% to 100% in 1.5 hours.
OnePlus Dash Charge is available on all OnePlus Phones past and including OnePlus 3 and for the supported Oppo devices see this list.
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