Let's get acquainted with Qualcomm Quick Charge


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On this occasion we will discuss about Quick Charging from Qualcomm. Who does not know the same company on this one. Yes, Qualcomm is the manufacturer of the Snapdragon chips in smartphones which are widely used in the smartphone market all over the world. As we know that smartphones must be charged. So that we as users don't have to wait long during the charging process, Qualcomm finally introduced Qualcomm Quick Charge technology. What is Qualcomm Quick Charge?

Qualcomm Quick Charge is a technology from Qualcomm that aims to make the battery charging process faster. Quick Charge requires a special device that is able to deliver electrical power faster. Quick Charge has been applied to various types of cellphones, tablets, laptops, and also powerbanks

Qualcomm Quick Charge itself has been born since 2013, and until now in 2020 there have been several generations of Qualcomm Quick Charge itself. Here is a list of Generation Qualcomm Quick Charge:

1. Qualcomm Quick Charge Version 1 (QC 1.0)
Qualcomm Quick Charge version 1 has been developed and produced for various smartphones since 2013. Qualcomm Quick Charge 1.0 uses a voltage of 5 Volts and 2 Ampere, resulting in a maximum charging output of 10 Watts. Yes, in 2020 the 10 Watt charger has become the standard for the latest smartphones.

2. Qualcomm Quick Charge Version 2 (QC 2.0)
As for Qualcomm Quick Charge Version 2 (QC 2.0), it began to be developed and used in smartphones starting in 2014. For processors that support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, these are Snapdragon 600, 200, 400, 410, 615, 800, and 810. Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 uses a voltage of 5 volts 3 amperes, 9 volts 2 amperes, as well as 1.67 volts and 3 amperes. The maximum charging output on Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 is 18 Watts.

3. Qualcomm Quick Charge version 3 (QC 3.0)
In 2015, Qualcomm introduced Quick Charge 3.0. Qualcomm claims that charging on Quick Charge 3.0 is 2x faster when compared to Quick Charge 1.0 and 38% faster when compared to Qquick Charge 2.0. In Quick Charge 3.0, Qualcomm provides the INOV (Intellegent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage) feature. INOV is an algorithm on the charger to determine the required power level, so that the transfer of electrical power can be optimized.

Another difference from Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 is the flexibility of the mains voltage when compared to Quick Charge 2.0. Quick Charge 3.0 provides flexibility by increasing 200 mV increments to maximum voltage, resulting in optimal amperage. Processors that already support are Snapdragon 430, 435, 439, 450, 460, 617, 625, 650, 665

4. Qualcomm Quick Charge Generation 4 (QC 4.0 and QC 4+)
In 2017, when the Snapdragon 835 was released. Qualcomm also released its latest generation of Quick Charge, namely Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0. Qualcomm claims that only 5 minutes of charging can provide 5 hours of battery life. In addition, with more enhanced security features such as measurement of electric voltage, battery temperature, connectors, and cables that are more accurate.

Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0 is capable of producing an output of 18 Watts (9 Volt 2 Ampere) and also 27 Watts using a USB PD (Power Delivery) cable. For processors that already support Q.C 4.0, these are Snapdragon 630, 660, 710, 712, 720G, 835, 845, and many more.

Okay, so that was Qualcomm's Quick Charge List from time to time. Actually there is still Qualcomm Quick Charge 5.0, but I haven't included it yet because it's still relatively new and hasn't been used much. Okay, maybe that's the first introduction to Qualcomm Quick Charge. What's his opinion? Share in the comments column

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