iPhone X Fast Battery Charging Speed Test vs Samsung Galaxy S8 & Google Pixel 2.
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Lol at ignorant haters in the comment section. iPhones deliberately slow down the rate of fast charging to preserve the battery health and stop degradation. Fast charging effectively stops at about 80%. Fast charging is bad in general for the long term battery health.
The reason for the slow charging speed on the Pixel 2 XL is that Google and LG are trying to avoid putting strain on the battery in order to maximize its longevity. Instead of opting for performance, the manufacturers have been “extremely conservative with the charging current and temperature”. This could be done to save the battery from battery degradation issues like the ones which were faced by the Nexus 6P
I don't know what is with my s8+ but is charging very fast, on it is written fast charging adaptive. 9V -1.67A and 5V-2.0A, it charges in less than1h, and not only my samsung but my other phones about the same, even my iphone and ipad. I think I have got a very fast charger, can't explain, specs are the same on other s8 chargers. This thing happened to me several years ago with an ipad charger. Luck I guess, still have that ipad charger. Sold it with a new one 😂😂😂😂
So i think its true that iphone give you confidence in the first 30mins by charging fast and then depreciate when it reaches 50% whereas s8 started slowly and finished it in flying colors. I really hate that i need to pay more money for a fast charger which i already did when i preordered the iphone x. Its like a scam. But oh well when you’re trap in apple ecosystem, its pretty hard to escape already.
Wow 75 for a fast charger... Other brands provide it included with the phone. And possible alot cheaper in the store.. Wtf!!
I already thought apple was a big scamming company but this is just a little too much
the important thing is to charge it as fast as possible like the iPhone X does at the beginning.
I think that in the iPhone takes so long to charge it at the end in order to not damage the battery with the fast charge when the 100% arrives
@Supersaf TV. Fast charging any phone after 80% is a waste of time because of the chemistry not just the software. I feel fast charging is designed more to give you a bump. I’d love to see the same test to see how much charge you get from 20% state of charge after 20 minutes charging. It sucks Apple charge extra for a brick, I think you forgot to mention you must buy a usb c to lightning cable. Personally I use an iPad charger when I need a bump and it works ok. Love the vids
Apple is slowing the last 4% percentage of battery charging to prevent more damage on the battery life span, fast charger is just very shit for batteries endurance and lifetime... I've got Moto Z & iPhone 6s (doesn't support quick charging) and the last took so much time in the last 4% to finish to save your battery ass
That's a pretty good speed test. 3 flagships parring really well with how fast charging goes now. You should have added OnePlus 3T with the dash charging technology too even if it's a little dated now that 5T is coming out soon heh..
What would really be helpful is a test showing charging speeds with the iPhone X with the out of the box kit vs. the upgraded "fast charge" kit. I'm not going through the pain of changing my mobile ecosystem for the marginal difference in performance across mobile OS', but I am interested in whether this feature is worth the extra $, in general.
Over time the iPhone slows down. Maybe they have some software in there to throttle fast charging after a certain time or percentage. which would make sense if the feature is meant for short burst of charge times.