The problem with all smartphones is that they don’t offer enough autonomy. Even handsets with very large battery must be charged on a daily basis if they are used heavily, or at least once at two days.
While display, chipset, camera and design technologies continued to evolve, the technology behind smartphone batteries didn’t really made any breakthroughs that would enable handset manufacturer to put more energy in smaller packages.
This is one of the reasons that quick charging technology exists. To reduce the time required for a phone’s battery to recharge, thus reducing the time the user can’t take advantage of the phone’s capabilities.
Many handset makers have decided to develop their own quick charge solutions, but most of them are using Qualcomm’s technology. Currently the chipset maker offers many smartphones already a… (read more)
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