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Yet another strange move by Sony; include a great feature like boost charging on their Xperia P model yet leave it out on the more powerful Xperia S model (with the bigger battery no less!). I really don't understand Sony's thought process.
 
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Hmmmm, does that mean they're using a pin short to enable "boost" mode? I've charged my phone with a HTC Desire S charger and it was wayyy faster so I'd have thought it was purely current based.
I've also found that the HTC charger is much faster than the stock one

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sonymobile.com/gb/products/accessories/quick-charger-ep851/

Check this out guys. Sony UK website has it listed now but no pricing as of May 6.
Says that it supports fastcharging for :
Xperia S
Xperia P
Xperia U

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sonymobile.com/gb/products/accessories/quick-charger-ep851/

Check this out guys. Sony UK website has it listed now but no pricing as of May 6.
Says that it supports fastcharging for :
Xperia S
Xperia P
Xperia U

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Think I'll be having me one of these when available

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I've also found that the HTC charger is much faster than the stock one

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I believe you have the ep800? That's 850mA vs the likely 1000mA on the HTC one. That's why it's faster. If you can get your hands on a ep850, it's going to be even faster. But don't be too surprised when the battery gets hotter too.

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