That sounds interesting! Would love to look into this a little deeper.
I don't think OP is talking about speed of charging. We're trying to discuss battery life with different speeds of charging.Fast charging will not engage if the temperature is too low. It will remain disengaged for that charge cycle.
Charging is an electrochemical reaction that needs a certain temperature range to function properly.
Minimum start temp is 72°F but 82-90F is optimal.
Anything below 72F brings the risk of Li plating which will permanently degrade the cell.
Charging will also shutdown if the battery temperature goes too high.
It should be near identical.
That is why we're waiting for more information about his experience before coming to any conclusions.
Depending on how fast the battery is charging it may shutdown at a lower charge level to avoid overshooting the correct shutdown voltage.
Said they should be using them already, among other things. Before the 10+ was released there was speculation that it might have a Graphene cell, lol.
Other than power banks, who is using them in their phones?
You know that you can toggle OFF fast-charging and super-fast-charging in the battery settings right?I'll have to do some tracking and get some screen shots . I normally wireless charge overnight and it says 100 % every morning and I use 70 % battery on average . But 1 day a week I have to charge using the lead . I only have the "super fast" charger and lead and the next day the battery is always worse by quite a way . Dead by 19:00 hrs. Similar usage most days . Its as if on fast charge it says 100 % but is way down.
As said I'll do some more investigation.
Samsung better listen then.Xiaomist is the portal for Xiaomi users and Mi fans! We also do share latest deals and tech news every day.www.xiaomist.com
With heavy usage the Li's are good for 1-2 years. Maybe better in a temp controlled environment.
Are you sure there aren't any other elements at play? Examples include the applications you used, the temperature, and so on.
So you're saying if one battery is slow, one is fast charged, both to 3.2 volts, the slow charged one will yield mAhs.
Samsung better listen then.