Xiaomi will be the probbably only one company which will actualy goves those chargers into the box with their phones unlike Samsung and others.
Better come up with compact 10000mAH battery that fits regular phone. Fast charging is nice but everything below hours is just useless gimmick to brag about.
Electric bill will rise up like rocket just for charging phone?
My Xiaomi Phone 27Watt is enough.
CompactPhones5ever, 14 Jul 2020Have 18W charger on my HTC 10, I never charge over night, still don't feel like I'd ... moreYour personal use case scenario doesn't matter.
Keep using 18W in the year 2030 as well.
How about wireless charging xiaomi, I don't want my phone to explode with 100watt charging. China is full of add on aftermarket coils, and these chinese brands can't put one in a damn phone?
Everyone is suddenly interested in super fast charging ?
Oppo/realme has 120w charging to be revealed
65 or 100 watt would be needed for laptops/Chromebooks, for mobile an 18w is fine for most. All manufacturers need to embrace Universal PD (power delivery) instead of going properties tech.
Just wondering why on earth do they still use USB A port on chargers when there's USB C..!
Oh boy, here comes the house fire.
100W: Super ultra instinct fast charge pro plus
CompactPhones5ever, 14 Jul 2020Have 18W charger on my HTC 10, I never charge over night, still don't feel like I'd ... moreThat's definitely not true. They won't make available to consumers if it's not reliable.
In as much as I don't really buy the idea of 'triple digit watts charging' it's still a welcomed improvement.
Even if technology is good and reliable, they try as much as possible to push boundaries and make it even better.
So it's a win-win at the end.
Have 18W charger on my HTC 10, I never charge over night, still don't feel like I'd need faster charging.
With all these chinese companies rushing to the race of triple digit watt charging (which I personally find completely useless), I feel like fire departments worldwide will be really busy once these chargers start rolling out...