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The Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor could bring fast recharging of 100 Watts, in order to recharge your smartphone as quickly as possible. Several leaks seem to point to the fact that a number of manufacturers would offer it at the start of 2021.

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Plug in your smartphone, go have a coffee, then come back and find that it is now 100% battery? It will be common soon thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor, at least according to current rumors. Indeed, it seems that the unannounced processor supports 100 watt fast charge and that this would greatly interest smartphone manufacturers.

Indeed, the Chinese leaker Digital Chat Station, reputed to often hit the mark, indicates that some manufacturers of smartphones dedicated to gaming would consider to Enjoy a Snapdragon 875 SoC | in their terminals and use the 100 Watts recharge. A breakthrough that should arrive on the market from the start of 2021.

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A strong argument for smartphones that, once in play, see their batteries melt like snow in the sun. A technology also enabled thanks to USB 4 and already tested by Xiaomi and Vivo. In theory, this technology can recharge a 4000 mAh battery to 100% in just 17 minutes.

Gaming in ambush

Still according to Digital Ghat Station, three of the qfour Chinese manufacturers of smartphones are currently testing the technology for upcoming commercialization. If we talked about Xiaomi and Vivo, Honor and Nubia could be part of it. The Taiwanese Asus is also a serious candidate for this technology. As a reminder, its latest gaming smartphone, the ROG Phone 2, had a huge 6000 mAh battery for autonomy.

However, a quick recharge of 100 watts could degrade the battery faster over time. But if these concerns are resolved, this could become a very interesting selling point for manufacturers who could focus their marketing on it.The Snapdragon 875 is not yet official and fast charging is only at the stage of the assumption. It would be engraved in 5 nm, against 7 nm for the Snapdragon 865 SoC.

Do you think ultra-fast charging is a selling point? Or on the contrary, would you prefer a large battery for longer autonomy without recharging? Tell us in the comments !

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