As the new technology that Meizu introduced is known as “Super mCharge” which provides a 5A current at an 11V voltage to reach impressive 55W of power, versus 15W of the Samsung and Motorola turbocharger. At the same time, it regulates the charging voltage so as not to reach very high temperatures. According to Meizu, the battery stays at up to 39° C during the process, away from critical levels that could cause an explosion. The process has an efficiency of 98%. In tests at MWC, the battery reached 30% in five minutes, 60% in ten minutes, 85% in fifteen minutes, and was completely fully charged just in twenty minutes as the technology it self-claims to provide.

As Engadget notes, this is not a typical 3000 mAh battery: it is designed to receive more current than traditional ones, and also to last longer. Meizu says it can hold 80% charge after 800 full discharge cycles. At MWC last year, we saw another Chinese manufacturer investing in ultrafast charging: Oppo demonstrated its Super VOOC technology that recharges 2,500 mAh batteries in just fifteen minutes. However, it should be restricted to branded smartphones. Super mCharge, on the other hand, should appear on Meizu’s smartphones in 2019. As they are sold in India, possibly this new fast charging technology is also available to us in the near future. So, what do you think about this new technology? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.