I want to reclaim the title of the quick charge of the king’s, with the introduction of the “Quick Charge” of 5. It’s a huge leap up from the QC4, which supports speeds of up to 100 Watts and more, while keeping the battery life up to 10°C cooler, and it will be 70% more efficient to boot.
According to I tests, and a 4,500 mAh battery can be charged from 0% to 50% in just a 5-minute walk. A full charge of such a battery, it will take up to 15 minutes. It is, in the case of a dual charging solution, one that splits the battery in two of the 2,250 mAh battery cells wired in series to increase their voltage. A Triple batch is also supported.
QC5, power bricks may be required to support a voltage between 3.3 and 20 V at a minimum, with 3.3-or 5-Amps of current, or (for the more beefier units to 5+ Amps.
For a quick Charge of 5 which is built on top of the USB Power Supply the PPS, but it extends to the backwards compatibility with the QC2’s and later. It is also compatible with standard USB PD devices such as Apple gadgets (iPhone, for 7, and later).
Qualcomm claims its system is more secure than a normal Power Supply as well. It is equipped with 8 levels of voltage protection, 3 tiers of protection, with 3 levels of thermal protection, and 3 of timer, protection, plus protection for over voltage, 25 V.,
Also, the costs of controller chips in the phone, and not to blindly trust the charger if it is announced, the possibilities of the use of the PS-protocol is used. The measurement of the characteristics, for the purpose of determining the real maximum current that can be delivered, while keeping an eye on the thermals.
I expect to see Quick Charge for 5-in smartphones by the third quarter of this year. It is revealed the two-charge-controller chips that manufacturers can use SMB1396 and MSB1398. They can support both the wired and the wireless input can be used with a 1-cell, 2-cell battery, depending on the originator of the design for the phone, 1-cell will be limited to the 45-W to charge, which is still pretty fast).
The Snapdragon and the 865 as 865+ already have support for QC5, but this does not mean that the current phones will be able to use it (if the chipset is to be paired with the new PACKET of chips).