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I've bought this one BlackBerry Playbook internationaler Hocheffizienz-Reiselader (5V, 2A) von Blackberry http://www.amazon.de/dp/B004XKG7NM/r..._A68Rtb1NG67TT
OK it's not a quick charger 2.0 but it charges the phone from 13% to full in 1h 30m!

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I've been using my blackberry playbook charger and it does the job in just over an hour. Never seen a phone charge so fast! No overheating either.

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Looks like a standard 5V 2A charger. Have you measured it against another 2A charger to see if it's quicker? Trying to work out what's different.

By the way, the difference between this and QuickCharge 2.0 is 4 volts. Quick Charge 2.0 will deliver 9v 2a. So technically should be quicker then this PlayBook charger.

I believe the HTC bundled charger is actually a Quick Charge 1.0 compatible (1.5A) charger. Quick Charge 2.0 however is disabled at present. So apparently we won't be able to make use of any Quick Charge 2.0 chargers until a software update is sent out by HTC, as there is a chip integrated in to the wall charger which works in tandem with the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip in the M8 for the feature to work.

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I think I heard a full charge in 45min

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Hehe, you wish!! Official statement from Qualcomm is: "3300mAh battery 0-60% in 30min" but after that is slowing down to protect battery from overheating... So I would say 0-100% in 1hr.. Still damn fast! 9V can make the difference...

Source: http://www.qualcomm.com/snapdragon/b...20-has-arrived

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I'd rather the future phones have qi charging. HTC could still do metal but perhaps a plastic inlay to accommodate a coil.

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