Technology

Charge your phone in 20 minutes!

As expected, the Chinese company Meizu has introduced a new quick charge technology for smartphones, the Super mCharge. The successor mCharge 3.0, the technology has improved efficiency by 9% compared to previous versions. According to Meizu, the Super mCharge allows 98% charging efficiency, as GSMArena says. On top of all these, batteries are charged using a quick charge technology Meizu continuing to hold 80% of its capacity after 800 charge cycles. Unfortunately, Meizu does not indicate anything about the battery capacity, so it could be a 2,000 mAh battery and a 3.000 mAh. Even so the achievement is impressive, at least for those who use their smartphones heavily on a regular basis.

Unfortunately, the Meizu does not indicate anything about the battery capacity, so it could be a 2,000 mAh battery and a 3.000 mAh. Even so the achievement is impressive, at least for those who use their smartphones heavily on a regular basis.More technical details provided by Meizu including the fact that the Super mCharge uses high voltage DC power HVDC) electricity transmission system. Also the charger is rated 11V / 5A, which means you can transfer up to 55W power. For comparison it should be noted that other rapid charging technologies like Oppo VOOC and Moto TuboCharger can carry only 25W.The USB cable that comes with the charger, which incidentally is huge, has been enhanced to allow the import of 10,000 and 160W power.Unfortunately Fast Charge technology presented by Meizu at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 will not be available for at least one or two years. Hopefully that will go sooner rather than later.