cheapsk8, 17 Aug 2020Stick to the facts, please. Power negotiation is governed by standard specification, which its... morelol I've never received an insult-compliment from someone I was arguing with before
TheWanderer, 16 Aug 2020Lol why don't you go live in a nuclear bunker then? Did you not read the part where I imp... moreStick to the facts, please. Power negotiation is governed by standard specification, which itself has evolved over time. Which is why it's unclear which standard applies in this case, certainly IQOO cannot claim it's USB PD compliant, because it is not. Unless you have the manual with you that spells it out exactly, you're just making an assumption. Actually that's pretty good, considering you didn't even have a clue what I was talking about before
cheapsk8, 15 Aug 2020You went from scoffing at voltage to regarding it for consideration, of course you win. Congra... moreLol why don't you go live in a nuclear bunker then? Did you not read the part where I implied that the charge controller will negotiate the power delivered by the charger? Do I have to spell out every painful detail for you? Is your ineptitude really that boundless? Anyway, I'm not arguing with a troll anymore.
TheWanderer, 15 Aug 2020Lol I still win. If you use a smartphone charger that can deilver 20 V it usually means that i... moreYou went from scoffing at voltage to regarding it for consideration, of course you win. Congratulations!
Now the "usually", under what standard? USB Power Delivery is currently the international standard, meant to be the universal scheme for charging over USB from low to high power, but only up to 100W. This new charger is no longer compliant with the USB PD standard.
Murphy's law says if something could go wrong, it will. If considering voltage means saving lives, someone has to do it.
cheapsk8, 15 Aug 2020I don't usually bother, unless the person doesn't even understand my point. Do yours... moreLol I still win. If you use a smartphone charger that can deilver 20 V it usually means that it can use other voltages too, so the battery that can only handle 5 V will use 5 V from the charger.
TheWanderer, 15 Aug 2020Don't put words in my mouth, try to use your brain. I was talking about the output from t... moreI don't usually bother, unless the person doesn't even understand my point. Do yourself a favor and scroll up to my first, original post. Then apply your own argument against yourself.
cheapsk8, 01 Aug 2020Sure, next time you plug in a 110V appliance in a 220V socket, don't forget the thermometer.Don't put words in my mouth, try to use your brain. I was talking about the output from the charger. Maybe I need to spell out everything for smooth-brained individuals like yourself
It very very cool, i support for that
Sealed batteries+ fast charging.
Very good business model.
mimik, 01 Aug 2020It will damage the other phoneNo.
Klkjio, 01 Aug 2020This isnt samsung. Even on 120w or 125w its not gonna explode. Samsung was charging at 20w bac... moreIgnorance is not an entitlement. Please go and read up on why the Note 7 exploded.
Its just not about the product or money, its also about safety. They spend MILLIONS of DOLLARS just for R&D.
so like it or not, this is gonna be a succesful.
and other companies will follow.
F22, 01 Aug 2020125W is a very high power for a Smartphone battery.
I've seen Vivo phon... moreHello.. they spend millions of dollars just for R&D .
its not just about product but its all about safety also.
like it or not.. this trend will be succesful and be followed by other companies.
[deleted post]You must have confused Samsung with Apple.
MihaiRO, 01 Aug 2020I am curious how safe can be!We know about phones who can explode...let's hope something ... moreThis isnt samsung. Even on 120w or 125w its not gonna explode. Samsung was charging at 20w back then on note 2 and it still exploded 😂😂🤦🤦🤦
F22, 01 Aug 2020125W is a very high power for a Smartphone battery. Its overkill. I've seen Vivo phon... moreWe'd rather trust BBK electronics over money grabbing thugs like Apple which can't be trusted after scandals like batterygate.
125W is a very high power for a Smartphone battery.
I've seen Vivo phones charging above 100% in many forums.
Also seen A vivo phone with 103% battery personally.
It maybe a sowtware glitch or really overcharged phone.Im not but clearly its not good thing.
So considering Safety of such high power on tiny Li+ batteries,it maybe dangerous.
Li+ batteries have come a long way in their evolution but its still a Li+ battery.So need to be extra careful.
But such focus on safety is not expected from Vivo because of their history.They are more concerned with bragging about their insanely fast charger.
Everyone is blindly following the trend of making bigger & bulkier charging bricks,This trend needs to be stopped.
Better to invest in Graphene batteries.
They will be cheaper,more efficient,faster charge,longer lasting.An ideal solution it seems.
TheWanderer, 01 Aug 2020It's not about voltage or current, it's about heat. If heat output is low, there is ... moreSure, next time you plug in a 110V appliance in a 220V socket, don't forget the thermometer.
I am curious how safe can be!We know about phones who can explode...let's hope something like this will never happen!
lol, 01 Aug 2020this company rush for technology without safety dont trust this piece of crap its gonna explod... moreYeah you have more credibility than tüv 😂
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