Meizu today at MWC 2017 unveiled the Meizu mCharge technology. As per the company their mCharge technology provides the fastest charging solution as of now – it can charge a 3000 mAh smartphone in just about 20 minutes.

Usually on an average a smartphones takes 2 to 3 hours to charge and even with fast charging it takes somewhere around 1 hour. ¬†With Meizu’s mCharge technology a smartphone with a 3000 mAh battery can be fully charged – i.e. 0% to 100% in just 20 minutes.

The company also revealed that a 5 minute charge will bring battery level to 30%, 10 minutes charge to 60% and a 15 minutes charge will bring battery level to 85%. Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology makes use of 18W power where as the Meizu mCharge will use 11V/5A charger – using 55W power.

With Meizu mCharge you can charge smartphone with 3000 mAh battery to full in 20 minutes

Meizu spent over a year developing this technology Рthey claim it is more efficient than Quick Charge 3.0.  Their technology is safe, while charging the max battery temperature tops at 39 degrees (in room temperature 22 degrees), the same case scenario with Quick Charge 3.0 the battery temp reaches to 44 degrees.

The Meizu mCharge will use a new data cable to carry up to 160W power. Though the mCharge technology is ready, the company has not yet disclosed when they will start using the same on their smartphones.

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  1. As nokia says they have not adapted fast charging technology in their handsets,bcoz it decimate battery life of mobile.

    1. I am fully agree with you Praful, Nokia`s batteries are known to last longer. Also make me think why Xiaomi is not adopting Fast Charge for their all phones.

  2. great technology by meizu…..but heating issue can be dangerous for Indian conditions where room temperature itself is around 40 degrees in summer.but in winter it is safe…in comparison the dash charging technology used by one plus is much more efficient. just about 5 degree rise above room temperature.

  3. Already samsung produced lots of bomb recently leading to closer some model,an iphone too exploded few days before, now meizu too coming with explosive devices seems.

  4. This technology will surely speedups mobile battery charging but as far as we go with higher wattage i.e. with higher current and voltage it also becomes dangerous with higher risk of short circuit and fire arising due to sparking. Also we have small kids around in our house who gets attracted towards charger and phones connected to it.

      1. Hmmmm, likewise you might also thought Samsung knows everything very well until Note 7 gone in E-waste ??