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What is a fast charger?
Fast charging is an annoyingly vague term used to describe a quicker charging rate than the standard rate the phone will charge at.
In other words, there is no single standard – or charger – you can buy that will make your phone fast charge. It depends upon the phone, the charger and even the cable. And some phones can charge faster than others.
For Android phones, there are different standards, so you’ll need to check your phone’s documentation or specifications to find out which standard it supports.
Some manufacturers have their own standards, such as Huawei with its SuperCharge. Motorola calls its system Turbo Charge and Samsung has Adaptive Fast Charging.
Transmission distance: ≤8.0mm
Conversion rate: ≥73%
Power adapter: 5V/2A-2A, 9V/1.67A, 12V/2A
Electric interface: Type-C port
Compatibility for Phones below:
Apple (iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS MAX, iPhone XR)
Samsung (Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Note 10, GALAXY S10E, GALAXY S10&S10+, GALAXY S9&S9+, GALAXY S8&S8+, GALAXY NOTE 9, GALAXY NOTE 8, GALAXY NOTE 7, GALAXY NOTE 5, GALAXY S7 EDGE, GALAXY S7, GALAXY S6 EDGE+, GALAXY S6 Active, GALAXY S6)
Huawei (Mate RS Pors-, che version, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20 RS Por, che version, P30 Pro)
Xiaomi (Mix 2s, Mix 3), LG(V30+, G3, G2)
Nokia (LUMIA 1520, LUMIA 930, LUMIA 920, LUMIA 830, LUMIA 820)
Google (NEXUS 6, NEXUS 5, NEXUS 4)