The option I want isn't available in the poll results, but here it goes.
I would rather prefer 100 watts charging on a bigger battery, preferably 5Ah or 6Ah, instead of the measly 4Ah which everyone conducts their tests on. Charge it once, forget about the charger till the end of the day.
ThePong, 20 Jul 2020My preference is that I will stick to fast charging at a maximum of 30W, no less than 18W. I w... moreLmao that's standard degradation to 90% over 800 charge cycles (2-2.5 years).
Pretty impressive results considering 65W charging speeds.
Other phones start degradation by the 300th-400th charge cycles mark effectively giving you 90% health after 500 charge cycles using piss poor 18W charging.
Plz don't talk about charging anymore, you are exposed to be a joke on this site.
Anonymous, 19 Jul 2020It will not explode.
But your 5.000mAh phone shall have no more than 3800 - 4000 mAh after 1... moreKeep your fear mongering to yourself.
This is completely different fast charging tech where minimum heat is generated thereby less battery degradation.
More heat is produced in those outdated garbage 18W USB PD fast charging.
I don't really mind the race, because usually this kind of tech is coming with caveat, like what is the purpose of 50W/100W charging if it would affect your battery life in the process? I prefer the 30W standard but doesn't damage the battery as much as the 50W/100W/whatever watt. of course if there is no caveat on choosing between 30W and 50W/100W (except price), everyone would be happy with the tech improvement
Anonymous, 20 Jul 2020Roughly every 1 to 2 days my phone ends up charging while I go at night to my bed, 99% of the ... moreLook everybody at this irony
This guys probably charges his batter to 100% at night
And this behaviour actually slowly destroys the battery
As lithium ion batteries hate to be at 100% charge or fully depleted
Imagine the benefits of seeing your phone charge in real time where you can actually stop it at 80% charge instead of Lazily going to 100% when you sleep
I am interested on as fast as possible charging as long as it is bundled in the standard package
It is annoying to pay 600$ + for a phone and not been able to exploit all the announced features from day 0 unless you buy separate accesories
Anonymous, 20 Jul 2020Roughly every 1 to 2 days my phone ends up charging while I go at night to my bed, 99% of the ... moreForgot to mention, a bigger battery and 18~30 watt charging is more preferable in my opinion.
Roughly every 1 to 2 days my phone ends up charging while I go at night to my bed, 99% of the time the case.
I sleep for roughly 5 to 6 hours, and my phone it full after 1,5, i prefer a larger battery above fast charging that slowly kills your "not so replacable and probably glued" battery.
My preference is that I will stick to fast charging at a maximum of 30W, no less than 18W. I wil rather have a battery that lasts a day with acceptable screen times and can be used for some gaming/social media apps without running out, as well as a powerful and efficient chipset (minimum SD855, Kirin 980, or Apple A12).
Yes, VOOC charging exists, but after reading an Android Authority article about Oppo's 120W and the current 65W charger in the Find X2 Pro, I changed my mind. In the Find X2 Pro, you only need 800 charges from empty to get the battery health down to 91%.
I will post a link later or reference to the website if required.
I don't mind if it charges quickly or not. I charge my phone overnight, so as long as the battery is big enough to last all day, I don't care how quickly it charges. I have a Pixel 4 XL and it's honestly the best phone I've ever bought. No complaints whatsoever.
jakov1, 19 Jul 2020Using "overnight charging" and "concern for battery degradation" is like o... moreWhy does an 18w charger force you to charge to 100 percent if you’re going out ? You can remove any speed charger at any time during the charge period
rather super fast charging prefer better tech where battery dont' deteriorate so fast and cooler battery when charging and during heavy usage. and also bigger battery
If it matters? How about forgetting to charge your battery over the night, or going on a trip and needing to charge as fast as you can? How about while going to the bathroom to brush your teeth in the morning and coming back after 10 minutes and your phone almost fully charged? Yes, it does. As long as the batteries are not damaged faster over time (faster than the ones we have now) and it's all tested for at least 2-3 years and they don't explode in your face, why not?
I'm fine with slowest charger in the world if the phone lasts 24 hours on one charge without any problem.
Namelesss, 19 Jul 2020Pretty soon Jeans with pockets that protect against smartphone explosion will be a thing. It won't be in your pocket when its charging IMAO 🙄
JDK, 19 Jul 2020graphene batteries are coming soon, don't worry.Yes! Waiting for almost 2 years already.