Wireless technology provider Qualcomm Technologies has released a charging system named Quick Charge 5 that it claims can power Android devices from zero to 50% in just five minutes, which is 70% more efficient than its predecessor. Charging from zero to 100% is claimed to take just 15 minutes.
A new power pack charger has launched on Indiegogo, promising not only a huge 20,000mAh capacity, but super fast charging iPhone, Android, Kindle and more.
Samsung is reportedly issuing patches to fix "red tint", Wi-Fi and "DQA" issues, while an S8/+ wireless fast charging issue appears to be caused by the "wrong" charger.
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