02 June, 2017
Qualcomm also announced that the first phone to run this charging technology would be the Nubia Z17. Qualcomm has been the frontrunner in this category by tweaking their 'Quick Charge (QC)' fast charging standard every year. However, today's phones are driving more advanced hardware which offsets some of those gains and of course, inevitably devices need to be recharged. On top of that, 4+ features Dual Charge technology, Intelligent Thermal Balancing, and Advanced Safety Features. Charging a device via Dual Charge divides the charge current, allowing for lower thermal dissipation and reduced charge time. The figures are also impressive- a standard 15 percent faster charging, as well as almost 30 percent more efficiency, while charging with a controlled temperature which is up to 3 degrees Celsius cooler than was the Quick Charge 4. This feature ensures that the electric current moves through the coolest path automatically. This also enables optimized power delivery.
Safety protocols have been emphasized on as well.
You might be able to do so if your device already has Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology, but everything needs an improvement. The case as well as the connector temperature levels are monitored simultaneously. This will prevent problems like overheating and damage to the USB-C port. This new technology promises even faster charging speeds and cooler charging temperatures (roughly 5 fewer degrees Fahrenheit).