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Apple will be ashamed: test ultrafast charging Meizu Super mCharge and comparison with peers

Last month at the MWC in Barcelona 2017 the company Meizu introduced the world’s fastest charging technology Super mCharge. According to the manufacturer, it allows to charge the smartphone with a battery capacity of 3 000 mAh battery from zero to 100% in just 20 minutes.

Technology surprised all present at the exhibition. But it turned out that 20 minutes is not the limit of Super mCharge. Journalist, invited to the headquarters of Meizu, has witnessed another mini-record from Meizu. This time a prototype smartphone that can be used to demonstrate the capabilities of Super mCharge, was not fully charged in 20 minutes and just 18 minutes and 12 C. the Reporter noted that the phone did not seem hot to him, which testifies to the efficiency of the processes.

Super mCharge allows you to fully charge a smartphone in 20 minutes

Is it really 18 (or even 20) minutes to fully charge the battery capacity of 3000 mAh is an outstanding result, as it is presented to the Meizu? The answer to the question can be obtained by comparing Super mCharge alternatives from Huawei, OPPO and Qualcomm. In the experiment, the resource Gizmochina selected smartphones Huawei Mate 9, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, Vivo and OPPO X9 R9 Plus. Their spec indicates support technology of quick charging Super Charge Huawei, OPPO VOOC, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, as well as the presence of identical battery capacity 4000 mA·h Also participated in experiment iPhone 7 Plus with battery 2910 mAh that does not use technology that accelerates the charging process.

The result after 5 minutes of charging:

  • iPhone 7 Plus — 4%.
  • Samsung Galaxy Pro C9 — 7%;
  • OPPO R9S Plus — 8%;
  • Vivo X9 Plus — 9%;
  • Huawei Mate 9 — 10%;

After 30 minutes:

  • iPhone 7 Plus — 19%.
  • Samsung Galaxy Pro C9 — 36%;
  • Vivo X9 Plus — 49%;
  • OPPO R9S Plus — 49%;
  • Huawei Mate 9 — 56%;

Via 60 minutes:

  • Phone 7, Plus — 38%.
  • Samsung Galaxy Pro C9 — 68%;
  • Vivo X9 Plus — 86%;
  • Huawei Mate 9 — 89%;
  • OPPO R9S Plus — 89%;

After 90 minutes:

  • iPhone 7 Plus — 57%.
  • Samsung Galaxy Pro C9 — 95%;
  • OPPO R9S Plus — 98%;
  • Vivo X9 Plus — 98%;
  • Huawei Mate 9 — 100%;

Despite the clear advantages of Super mCharge over competitors in the market with the advent of the commercial sample, which would support this technology, the Meizu decided not to hurry. Originally referred to the release of this mobile device at the end of 2017, however the company delayed output in the first quarter of 2018.

Anyway, the conclusion suggests itself: if Meizu is ready to use Super mCharge in a commercial sample of the smartphone, and not to bury the technology on paper, the urgent problem is with mobile gadgets will be partially solved.

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