Berserker, 17 Sep 2019My mate 9 after almost 3 years is on the same level as my wife's p20 pro.Word!! My Mate 9 is still runs very fine albeit slow updates.
YUKI93, 17 Sep 2019"almost 1 year". I want to see how the battery works for another two year.My mate 9 after almost 3 years is on the same level as my wife's p20 pro.
PartTimePhoner, 17 Sep 2019Gotta wait for the 100WWait for vivo's 120W super fast charging. They already released their working prototype and already showed it to the media, now it's just a matter of time before they turn it into a finalized production reality.
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2019Wait a second didn't oppo last phone charge in 35 minutes. Wow innovation increase wattage by ... moreIt's either we save 5 minutes or we stay stagnant
besides you've only measured the charging techs progress with speed over time only
What about sustainable repeatable charging
And battery health?
Let's wait for those stats too dark by you think?
NotAnOpinion, 17 Sep 2019Uh-huh! Let's see the health of that battery in 3-months after everyday fast-charge cycles.Alright alright I get it you have to follow your ancestors that complained about the creation of airplanes, cars that are faster than horses, making boats to travel the sea
All things that we shouldn't have done and we're all bad ideas
That's nice, but whenever I need to charge my phone - there is no socket nearby. Make phones have 5000-10000mAh if you really want to shine.
I will not believe that this test is true unless I see other reviews tests it's real charging time.
KnightX, 17 Sep 2019been using 40Watt charging in my Mate 20 pro and its been almost 1year and the battery is perf... morePlus, if the manufacturers started having extremely large batteries from the very start, even if the theory that battery capacity degrades faster when being charged faster is true, there would still be no problem with the phone's battery health after a year or two, heck even three, as the battery would still have a lot remaining after huge capacity degradations occur.
If the batteries were ranging from a minimum of 4000mAh all the way to 6000mAh, then charging it with 65W charger everyday in 2 to 3 years would have it with around 2500mAh to 4500mAh, respectively. (Disclaimer: I don't have any scientific basis for these estimations, but I approximated them based on how frequent I believe the phone batteries would be charged on a daily basis and how much capacity will they loose over the period of 2-3 years).
KnightX, 17 Sep 2019been using 40Watt charging in my Mate 20 pro and its been almost 1year and the battery is perf... moreExactly these people are no technicians or sciencist they just saying everything negative someone else said.
Those laughable comments just no.
been using 40Watt charging in my Mate 20 pro and its been almost 1year and the battery is performing as good as new and heat emission is also well under control so people talking shit about high speed charging actually are people who can't tolerate the truth their shit brands lack innovation capability whereas these brands are really pushing the boundaries..Kudos!
Cue the predictable anti-fast charge comments... It's getting really repetitive now.