Smartphone consumers give much priority to fast charging smartphones these days, which forces more manufacturers to implement the fast charging technology on their smartphones, even in midrangers. Now, the Chinese manufacturer Meizu too adopts a fast charging capability to the midrange series, says a new leak. Upcoming Meizu E3 midrange smartphone will be the next smartphone to get it implemented, which is expected to be out by the March 21. Lately, in 2017, the company showcased the fastest charger technology Super mCharge at 55W, which could boost the battery to 100% in just 20 minutes.
Ahead of the official launch, the supposed charger adapter of the smartphone has just leaked out, and it suggests the company would be providing their own charge fast charging adapter out of the box. The charger adapter is expected to have an input power of 20W, and a 10 Volt, 2 Ampere current output. The leaked Super mCharge adapter sports a model number UP1020. The charger is supposed to be powered with Texas Instrument’s BQ25970 Battery Charging solution, which they claim 97% efficient than typical battery charging IC. Although the adapter has 20W of power input, the company will optimise the smartphone and input current dynamically to reduce the typical heating issue on smartphones.
Meizu E3 smartphone will be featured with a 5.99-inch taller display, powered with an Octa-Core CPU and 4 to 6 gigs of RAM onboard. The rear camera combo will be sported with 20MP+12MP sensors, apart from an 8MP sensor on the front. We have to wait up to March 21 to let the smartphone see the light.
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