Waiting for your phone to charge is a thing of the past. Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ technology is designed to deliver lightning-fast charging in phones and smart devices featuring Qualcomm Snapdragon™ mobile platforms and processors, giving you the power—and the time—to do more.
The latest Quick Charge technology can decrease the amount of time you spend tethered to an outlet giving your device 5 for 5 — that’s 5 hours of battery life from 5 minutes of charging1. Using certain Snapdragon-powered devices with a Quick Charge certified power adapter and any USB connector, including Type-C, you can refill the battery of enabled devices up to 4X2 faster than with conventional charging.
The component within your Quick Charge accessories, certified power controllers, support accurate communication and rapid charging of your devices.
Featured Controllers: Dialog Semiconductor, EOSMEM Corporation, Feature Integration Technology, ON Semiconductor, Power Integrations, Silego Technologies
You can't get blazing-fast speed with just any power adapter. Quick Charge technology works with existing USB charging solutions, but it takes a UL-certified adapter to achieve truly amazing speeds. If you want to recharge your devices in a fraction of the time, look for the Quick Charge icon and check the list of devices and accessories.
Interested in applying for Quick Charge testing and certification?
Last year we introduced Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 2.0, the updated version of our fast charging technology available with Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors that is designed to reduce the amount of time it takes to recharge the batteries in smartphones, tablets, and many other types of consumer electronics by up to 75%.
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1 Quick Charge is designed to allow devices to support 5 hours of talk time with 5 minutes of charging. Actual results may vary depending on device design.
2 Based on internal tests charging a 2750mAh fast charge battery and using the maximum power for a thermal limit of 40C for all charging implementations. Charge time based on 0% to 50% utilizing 2017 charging Implementations (September 2016). Actual results may vary depending on device design.