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Default Quickcharger coming soon!!

Haas anyone seen this announcement?

http://www.qualcomm.com/snapdragon/b...20-has-arrived
 
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Haas anyone seen this announcement?

http://www.qualcomm.com/snapdragon/b...20-has-arrived
our m8 chargers are already Quick Charge 1.0, i don't see anywhere to buy the 2.0 chargers, but they are released by docomo for Japan only
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i'm wait quick charge 2.0.
 
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our m8 chargers are already Quick Charge 1.0, i don't see anywhere to buy the 2.0 chargers, but they are released by docomo for Japan only
Patience young padawan.

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OK but at the end what is quick charge? Is the charger output more than 5W or the mAh is more than 2? Or is the something like Vooc charging on the find 7? For example I have a blackberry charger that produces 2mAh output maybe is something like that......

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OK but at the end what is quick charge? Is the charger output more than 5W or the mAh is more than 2? Or is the something like Vooc charging on the find 7? For example I have a blackberry charger that produces 2mAh output maybe is something like that......

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Up to 60w, 9v and 2amp output I believe.

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Up to 60w, 9v and 2amp output I believe.

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Up to 60W!?!? Really? I don't think so, maybe 11W but 60W.....

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Up to 60W!?!? Really? I don't think so, maybe 11W but 60W.....

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I think you're confusing watts and volts.

From the horses mouth:

"You’ll soon be able to charge even more types of devices faster. While Quick Charge 1.0 technology, with about 10 watts of power, was designed primarily for smartphones and tablets, Quick Charge 2.0 delivers up to 60 watts, not only improving charge times for smartphones and tablets, but adding support for larger mobile computing devices like slim notebooks."

Source: http://www.qualcomm.com/media/blog/2...ore-time-doing

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I think you're confusing watts and volts.

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"You’ll soon be able to charge even more types of devices faster. While Quick Charge 1.0 technology, with about 10 watts of power, was designed primarily for smartphones and tablets, Quick Charge 2.0 delivers up to 60 watts, not only improving charge times for smartphones and tablets, but adding support for larger mobile computing devices like slim notebooks."

Source: http://www.qualcomm.com/media/blog/2...ore-time-doing

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