The closest one to the Oppo Find 7's charge time of 1H:15M is the Galaxy S6 Edge, but it has a smaller battery pack at 2600 mAh vs 2800 mAh on the Oppo Find 7. It's close but Oppo's fast charging tech still comes out on top.
I've been through so many phones and no phone up to this date can charge faster than the Oppo Find 7. Thing went from 0 to 100 real quick lol sorry i had to throw that in there. NO but really it took 1 hour and 15 minutes to reach a full charge from 0. I don't see anyone on this list beating that yet.. Oppo has the fastest charging tech hands down. I mean look at the N3! It's charging time is also impressive!!
akcw21, 15 May 2015hi, anyone here try charging iPhone 6+ with Samsung 2A charger that come with Note 3 or Note 8... moreYou can't charge an iphone with a Samsung cable, they are different ports...but better yet, and don't take this the wrong way, just buy a better phone...iphones are a bit behind on technology...
Anonymous, 11 Jul 2015while the screen is on, the charge is slower only on the S6? are you stupid? tell me a phone t... moreAnonymous ur very complaint with all mobiles which mobile ur using because of ur comment all mobile models so iknow which mobile r us using
dasga, 19 Jun 2015Why is not mentioned that S6 will charge slower if the screen is on. Let's say you want to use... morewhile the screen is on, the charge is slower only on the S6? are you stupid? tell me a phone that has the same charge time when its on or off.
Why is not mentioned that S6 will charge slower if the screen is on. Let's say you want to use the phone while charging because you are in a hurry
It was a great and usefull review however gsma sud have included some major power banks and considered the timings it takes to charge the phone.
The LG G4 supports Qualcomm QuickCharge 2.0, although the charger in the box does not.
hi, anyone here try charging iPhone 6+ with Samsung 2A charger that come with Note 3 or Note 8?
I usually don't charge my iPhone with Apple 1A charger that come with iPhone 6+ but with my Innergie 4.2A charger cause it had 2 ports. It happened yesterday I forgot to bring my Innergie 4.2A charger, so I charge with my wife's Samsung 2A charger. After 30 mins it only go up by 8%. I timed later after I reached home using my Innergie 4.2A charger it go up 24% in 30 mins. I start thinking is it something wrong with my Samsung 2A charger? But when I charge my Note 4 with that it is fine, so I try again charging iPhone with the Samsung Adaptive Fast Charger that come with my Note 4 also fine. I have yet to try my Anker 8A charger but it should be fine. My question is : is it because Apple program iPhone so that it charge slower when using Samsung charger in the iOS 8.3 update?
I miss the Moto X 2014 in the tests.
I have one that came with a Turbo Charger and is impressive the speed that it charges the fone. And the Motorola Turbo Charger has another step of voltage, the 12V 1.2A, but I'm not quite sure if the fone uses this step, called "turbo 2" in the charger.
Bro, fast charging is ok, as most of the late Android smartphone which provides fast charging has good battery, it doesn't downgrade the battery at all as I have been using Note 4 for more than 6 months and it is doing good. But yes, if you depleted fully, there might be a chance of the battery messing up in the near future.
P.S- Those fast charging of downgrading can only happen to the phones that do not originally provide fast charging at all.
You guys do realize that if you're charging a battery to fast you are degrading the battery. That is why you should never use a charger that has more power, sure it might charge faster but with time the batteries ability to hold a charge will go down. Also batteries should not be let to fully deplete maybe 3-4 times in a month is ok.Another thing that affects longevity is fast discharging. I prefer longevity over fast charging since a lot of phones now don't have removable batteries, sure if i had a removable battery i wouldn't care since i could buy another for 20$ and have the phone hold a charge like in it's first day, but given the fact that i have a phone with no removable battery i prefer to charge it overnight. You can safely plug the phone every night even if it's got 50% of battery, it doesn't count as a cycle, it will count as a full cycle if you plug it at 50% 2 times, batteries are not as they used to when you charged 50% battery and it counted as a full cycle. When it's done it will just stop charging no harm done, no problem and longevity and if you have a phone with a big battery and a full charge doesn't last you a day you might have a problem. Anyway long story short, yes faster charging is possible if they wanted they could make the batteries charge even faster the reason they are taking their time with it is to try and charge faster while maintaining longevity