Phone with new Snapdragon chip will have up in to 150w fast chagring

Qualcomm is introducing a new flagship chipset on November 30, and according to some reports, it will be called Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Leakster Digital Chat Station has claimed on its Weibo page that some phones with the new SoC will be able to offer 150W fast charging, but it’s scheduled It arrives later, as the first batch of chips is not ready to support such prices

Both Xiaomi and Motorola (through its parent company Lenovo) have devices in the portfolio with impressively high charging rates and flagship Snapdragons – the Mi 10 Ultra launched in mid-2020 with 120W power, while the Legion 2 Pro supports 90W through two ports. USB-C ports. Both manufacturers will take the lead by the end of 2021, which means they won’t offer new higher charging rates.

The leaker claims that Qualcomm will provide support for speeds of up to 150W in the second batch of chips that will be shipped in late 2021, so it will power the devices, which were launched in the first quarter of 2022. This will allow smartphones to fill their batteries for only 10 minutes .

The current standard that San Diego uses is called Quick Charge 5 and allows charging speeds of 0 to 50% in 5 minutes through what’s called “dual charging” technology. It includes 12 separate voltage, current, and temperature protections to ensure flawless performance, and we expect a slight bump with the new standard in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 to deliver the reported 150W rates.

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