Qualcomm recently announced the Quick Charge 3.0 Technology in early 2015, which reportedly improves 38% in efficiency, 27% faster, and reduces heat production of upto 54% than the previous generation, the Quick Charge 2.0.
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Compared to the previous Quick Charge 2.0’s fixed voltage, this new 3.0 tech, makes it very flexible, and can automatically adapt to the optimum voltage and current, which is the primary use of the new ‘BIN’ technology.
The new standards will reduce the amplitude of the voltage to 0.2, with the minimum voltage being 3.6V and the maximum being 20V.
The charger uses the US Power Integrations’ program, which makes it the first to get a high-pass Quick Charge 3.0 Certified charger. In addition, Quick Charge 3.0 certification icon changes, adding the number ‘3’ on the upper right corner of the icon.
The Quick Charge 3.0 will reportedly support phones and tablets running on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820, 620, 618, 617 and 430, and the required adapters will be released early next year.