Available the First Charger Quick Charge 3.0

The charging system Quick Charge 3.0 was presented by Qualcomm in mid September and will also feature on Snapdragon 820. This is the new standard for fast charging of smartphones and tablets with Snapdragon CPU and the company speaks of battery charges from 0 to 80% in 35 minutes, an increase of 27% that reaches the recharge rate and a 45% reduction in power dissipation up to bottom of Quick Charge 2.0. Compared with the old technology, plus there is more flexibility in automatic voltage selection: now the devices can “ask” to Quick Charge 3.0 200 mV increments from 3.5 V to 20 v, and are no longer tied to default step 5V, 9V, 12V and 20V.
This aspect is managed by the algorithm that Qualcomm called INOV – Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage, designed to determine the level of energy to use in every moment of being charged and thus be the 38% more efficient than the current (in short, disperses less load and battery life time). It also maintains compatibility with earlier versions, as well as accepted-connector side-with the new USB-C.
The first wall charger to arrive on the market compatible with this Standard is the AK-A2010311, model produced by Anker who is available on Amazon.it to 15.99 €.