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Qualcomm's Quick Charge tech finally expands to wireless power

25 February 2019 3

Hottest tech is ready to make an impact in the industry and to help the manufacturers taste the upcoming trend, Qualcomm is offering so many new things. But, this time, the company is a bit behind as the wireless charging support was first given by its competitors which are actually the smartphones manufacturers like Huawei, Samsung. But, Nevertheless, the tech is new and so its need, so Qualcomm more or less expanding its Quick Charge tech to wireless power at the right time.

At the Mobile World Congress, Qualcomm has cut these cords and launched the Quick Charge for Wireless Power compliance. This will make the accessories and devices compatible and interoperable. With the help of this new innovation, consumers will be able to wirelessly charge their devices quickly, safely, and efficiently.

Qualcomm has expanded its compliance program to include wireless charging pads powered by Quick Charge technology. Wireless charging pads powered by Quick Charge will work with the same Quick Charge 2.0, 3.0, 4 and 4+ adapters that millions of users already have and it will be expanded further to handle wireless power.

Qualcomm Technologies is proud to expand the Quick Charge compliance program to include Qi interoperability, as it will give consumers peace of mind that their Quick Charge enabled wireless charging pad has passed the rigorous tests established by both organizations.

Qualcomm also announced that its long-time partner Xiaomi becomes the first company to deploy a compliant wireless power pad. Qualcomm says that some wireless chargers already incorrectly claim to support Quick Charge so this could be one of the reasons of the company bringing this tech to the table.


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