Quick Charge 4 will provide 5 hrs of use in just 5 mins of charging

Qualcomm, the American Multinational Telecommunications company has recently announced their latest flagship mobile processor Snapdragon 835 which will be replaced by the older version of Snapdragon 820/821 processors. This new chip will be released in the First Quarter of 2017. This new processor consists of quick charge 4.0 which will offer fast charging capabilities to all the high-end devices.

Qualcomm Snapdragon

As per the reports, the company will be associated with Samsung Electronics and the new processor will utilize 10nm process rather than 14nm process used in current devices. Due to this, it will offer higher performance, lower power consumption and less area efficiency. Qualcomm in its recent blog said, “Less space doesn’t mean less processing horsepower, however. The 10nm node will help Snapdragon 835 processors achieve high-quality power efficiency and performance while opening up territory for new mobile experiences”.

Most Amazing thing is,

Qualcomm has claimed that with this new processor, one will be able to use a smartphone for 5 hrs from just 5 mins of charging.  This new technology of Quick Charge 4.0 is engineered to charge the device from zero to 50% from just 15 min of charging.

Quick Charge 4

As per the previous Quick Charge 3, Quick Charge 4 is 20% much faster. Also, the processor will be compatible with the new USB Type-c Charging.  The company has made the perfect calculation of all the aspects such as voltage and temperature to protect  the device from heat. A special thing about the Quick Charge 4 is, it is fully compliant with USB Power Delivery, which means it supports Type-C USB Charging including all the other future USB cables.

Which Technology is being used?

Qualcomm has used the new technology known as Intelligent Negotiation for Optimal Voltage which controls the power that the device gains from the charging cables. Also, it is powered by heat management technology which doesn’t allow the device to overheat. This new processor will be integrated into the devices that are going to launch in 2017.

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