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These are the phone models with the fastest charging speed in the world

As technology advances, the features of our phones must evolve, in which fast charging has become the new criterion to compete in the smartphone industry in the past few years.

Unlike iPhones, Android phone manufacturers regularly improve charging speeds after each new product launch with proprietary technologies. This allows users to fully charge a high-end smartphone with a print capacity of more than 5,000 mAh in less than 30 minutes.

Most smartphones today will automatically reduce the charging speed when the battery capacity reaches a certain level. However, how charging too much power in a short time will affect the battery is still not clear research.

Xiaomi 11T Pro 5G, Vivo IQOO 7 and Mi 10 Ultra are the three phone models with the fastest charging speeds today.

Specifically, Xiaomi 11T Pro 5G fully charges a 5,000 mAh battery in less than 17 minutes, while Vivo IQOO 7 takes about 18 minutes to fully charge a 4,000 mAh battery, with Mi 10 Ultra with a 4,5000 battery. mAh, it takes 22 minutes to fully charge the battery from 0% to 100%.

If only in the US and Western countries, OnePlus 9 Pro is the phone with the fastest charging speed. Warp Charge 65 W technology allows to fully charge a 4,500 mAh battery in just 30 minutes.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S21 Ultra takes about 1 hour and 5 minutes to fully charge, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max is 1 hour and 40 minutes, losing to other phone brands from China.

Starting with the iPhone 8, Apple has applied the Power Delivery fast charging standard to all new iPhone models. However, after launching the iPhone 12 series, the company did not include a charger in the box, forcing users to buy a quick clean unit separately.

In the past, Samsung used quite a lot of fast charging standards, but eventually the company switched to using the same PD standard as Apple and a few others.

Google was one of the earliest companies to use the PD fast charging standard in late 2016 when it launched the first Pixel version. The product comes with an 18 W charger in the box, which is also one of the first phones to use USB Type-C at both ends of the charging cord.

The phone only accepts a maximum charge of 18 W, so using 24-25 W fast chargers will not make the Google Pixel charge faster.

Similar to other Chinese smartphone manufacturers, Huawei also uses its own fast charging technology called SuperCharge. The Mate 20 Pro uses a 40 W fast charger in the box, while the Mate XS comes with a 65 W charger, but the phone's maximum charging speed is limited to 55 W.

Users can still use third-party fast chargers to charge Huawei phones, but the charging speed will not be as fast as expected.

OPPO Reno Ace is considered the first commercial phone to support 65W charging speed, using exclusive Super Vooc 2.0 fast charging technology. The product can charge 70% of the battery capacity in 15 minutes and fully charge in about 30 minutes.

However, like many other Chinese brands, using a third-party charger will not deliver the expected charging speed. In contrast, if you use OPPO's charger to charge other phones, the charging speed will only stop at 10 W.

In contrast to OPPO, Huawei, OnePlus,... The charger that Xiaomi comes with supports a lot of fast charging technologies, including QuickCharge 4.0, Power Delivery 3.0. Therefore, it will be technically compatible with many phone models. This means that you can use the Xiaomi charger to quickly charge many different smartphones with the same charging technology.

Fast charging is one of those nifty features currently built into many phones. However, many people still wonder if fast charging technology will harm the life of smartphone batteries. If you also wonder about this issue, please read the article below for accurate information.

1. Battery Operation Principle

This is the first important thing that everyone needs to know. Please understand that smartphone batteries will have a life of their own and cannot be used forever. With each charge, the battery loses some of its original capacity. This is the reason why the capacity of the battery gradually decreases after a period of use. After two years of use, the 4,000mAh battery will drop below 3500 mAh. If your battery drops below 80% of its original capacity, it will be considered a serious decrease.

2. Impact of Fast Charging, Wireless Charging

According to studies, the most powerful chargers do the most damage to smartphone batteries. Cells in the molecules in phone batteries receive a lot of voltage, increasing the risk of battery damage, capacity being reduced faster if using a low voltage charger.

Fast charging technology is guaranteed by some manufacturers to charge a 2-cell system at a low voltage. As a result, you can quickly charge without affecting the durability of the battery. According to the published results, this technology has potential, but we should still wait for time to verify.

Wireless charging systems can now also shorten the life of your phone. However, proprietary solutions like MagSafe or MagDart are also trying to deal with this problem.

About charging smartphone batteries at night. Once the battery is fully charged, the phone will turn off charging and reactivate it several times to maintain 100%. Phone makers are now making electronic devices that block the charge at 80% or 90% and will complete the charge based on the user's alarm time each morning.

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