Galaxy S9 is Expected to be the First Super-Fast Battery Charging Smartphone


No doubt we all prefer the smartphones with long lasting battery, but other than that the most preferable thing is the fast charging battery. Because we always want to charge our smartphones in short spam of time. It is to be expected that the upcoming Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy S9 would be the first super-fast charging technology. Galaxy S9 is Expected to be the First Super-Fast Battery Charging Smartphone.

The feature of Snapdragon 845 that supports faster charging is called Quick Charge 4+. Quick Charge 4+ in Snapdragon 845 offers a much better performance compared to Quick Charge 4. But Samsung will not only bring Quick Charge 4+ to all Galaxy S9 units because some of them will be powered by the Exynos 9810 chip.

Galaxy S9 is Expected to be the First Super-Fast Battery Charging Smartphone

Now, Adaptive Fast Charge is Samsung’s fast-charging tech. It should offer the same charging speeds on all Galaxy S9 devices despite of what chip powers them.

In the next year, as the Snapdragon 845 will also power many Galaxy S9 rivals, so Samsung can’t ignore Qualcomm’s battery charging tech. Qualcomm confirmed that Quick Charge 4+ recharges a battery of phones up to 15% faster, and it’s up to 30% more powerful. But the most important thing is that it  keeps the temperature of phone up to 3C degrees cooler.

With safer and faster charging potential, Snapdragon 845-equipped phones for next year’s flagships to charge even quicker while phones will remain cooler in the process.

No one knows about all the specs of the Exynos 9810, but we are hoping that the chip will come with fast-charging next year.

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  • Exynos is a failure against Mighty Qualcomm. What is the point if battery drain faster because of bloatwares. Surely Vanilla android phone will perform better in performance and battery usage when using Snapdragon 845.

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