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Fast Charging Cable Price in BD

Batteries with more and more mAh and increasingly efficient components with a mission: that our mobile does not turn off in the middle of the day. However, if that happens, we can always use fast charging… if our phone has this function that allows us to charge its battery faster than normal. Among the immensity of brands and models of terminals, it is easy to get lost when it comes to knowing if our phone has a fast charge and what type. For this reason, we must pay attention to a series of aspects that will give us the key to finding USB type-c fast charging cable price in bd that best suits our needs.

What Is Fast Charging

The name – generic, as we will see later – leaves little to the imagination: they are the technologies that allow the battery to be charged at a higher speed than usual . To do this, we play with the power (in Watts), a magnitude related to the Intensity and the Voltage, so that by altering one of the two (or both) we increase the flow of energy supplied.

This cannot lead us to think that if we want to charge our phone faster, it will be enough to use a more powerful charger. And although it is roughly true, the reality is that there are certain limits set by the technical specifications of the battery and that its life will suffer if we do not use the original charger or one that is compatible and recommended by the manufacturer. It is not a trivial matter: in addition to damaging the battery, we could damage the phone itself and even hurt ourselves.

Fast Charging Types

Much has happened – not so much in iOS – since chargers offered a standard of 5V at 1A, the starting point for charging smartphones. From here, we find models that deliver 5V and 2A, but the offer multiplies: from the iPhone 8, the iPhone allows fast charging from 18 to 87 W —, the Xiaomi Mi 9T can be charged at 5V/3A, 9V /2A and 12V/0.5A, the Huawei P30 Pro allows up to 40W with Supercharge at 10V/4A and 5V/2A, 9V/2A, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G at 5V/3A, 9V/2.77A, 3.3 -5.9V/3A, 3.3-11V/2.25A, Huawei P30 Lite at 5V/2A or 9V/2A, Xiaomi Mi A1 at 5V/2A…even Xiaomi has shown a Super Charge Turbo that would reach 100W.