The dream is to have a smartphone that could last for weeks without being too bulky. But before we have that, the best we could do is settle with a device that has fast charging technology.
Now, the question is, which smartphones actually have the fastest charging speeds? Popular mobile benchmark app AnTuTu apparently has the answer.
The phones were ranked depending on how long it takes for a device to go from a 5% charge to 100%. This means that it’s not just about the power adapter’s capacity, but also the size of the battery it needs to charge.
Still, it’s no surprise that the device with the largest power adapter capacity won the race. The new iQOO 10 Pro, which is the first smartphone to come with a whopping 200W charger, took the top spot as it only took its 4,700mAh battery 10 minutes to be fully charged.
It was followed by its predecessor, the iQOO 9 Pro, which only took 14 minutes and 51 seconds for its 120W charger to fill up its 4,700mAh battery. The Black Shark 5 comes close with only a 2-second difference, then the iQOO 7 with another 2-second gap.
Red Magic took the fifth and sixth spots thanks to the 7S Pro and 7 Pro Transparent Edition with their 120W chargers.
The popular Realme GT Neo 3, which recently got Naruto and Thor: Love and Thunder limited edition models, took the 7th spot.
Completing the list are the Nubia Z30 Pro at 17 minutes and 41 seconds, Red Magic 7 Transparent Edition at 18 minutes and 26 seconds, and Xiaomi 12s Pro at 19 minutes and 47 seconds.
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As what you might have noticed, almost all of the phones that made it to the list came from China. Adding the global players shouldn’t make a lot of difference since Chinese phones mostly have the fastest charging speeds in the market.