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MWC 2017: Meizu unveils Super mCharge, world’s fastest charging technology for smartphones

The Chinese multinational claims that it can charge a smartphone packing a 3000 mAh battery, in just 30 minutes.

At its MWC event today in Barcelona, Spain, Meizu has finally dropped the curtains of its new Super mCharge, charging technology. The new Super mCharge promises to be faster, safer and much more efficient than mCharge. The company claims that this technology can come in really handy for the people who find it difficult to charge their smartphone full even once.

Meizu also claims that this new technology is 98 percent super-high efficient which is much more than Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 (89%) and Oppo’s VOOC Charge (95%). Compromising two groups of circuits, the charge under the new Super mCharge pump exports half of the voltage after transformation and improves efficiency by 9%.

Not only this, the cable which makes this possible can carry up to 160W of power with more than 3 times the safety margin. As mentioned previously, the new Super mCharge also takes care of your device heat. Smartphones coming with this technology will come with batteries which are created from advanced manufacturing processes. The lithium-based material and special manufacturing processes have greatly improved energy throughput and service life. To take advantage, Meizu claims the battery remains over 80% capacity even after 800 complete charge and discharge cycles.

Lastly, the Super mCharge is now more safe and secure. As pe Meizu, “only half of the electric current is needed to reach the same power, and its innovative and efficient structure reduces heat generated problems. The data cable and USB port have been redesigned to leave enough area for the cache, with additional design measures having been taken to ensure safe charging, including a voltage monitoring system, electric current monitoring system and a 10-level safety protection means.”

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