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Fast-charging phones to beat Eskom’s load shedding gaps in 2022/2023
Any plan is necessary in a crisis.
National power utility Eskom is buckling to keep the lights on and were looking at alternative means to keep your productivity at its peak.
The evolution of mobile phones in the past five years has been remarkable.
To date, we have phones that plugin for about 20 minutes for a full charge which would have been only a dream six years ago.
Apple was my first introduction on the fast charging track, but it seems times have changed.
Around 2015, the bitten Apple introduced the USB power delivery fast charging standard to the iPad in 2015, with the iPhone in 2017.
Today we have a few options which are pretty unreal in terms of charging speeds with brands clearly competing to bring the fastest and safest charging smartphone, in order to stay ahead of the mobile phone curve.
Here are a few fast charging phones to choose from.
Huawei Nova 10 Pro
Undisputed on the fast charging list is the Huawei’s Nova 10 Pro with a blazing fast 100W Huawei supercharge.
A 4500 energy efficient battery and 100 W supercharge allows users to charge the phone in 20 minutes.
Users can also charge the battery from 20% to 80% in 10 minutes. You will have to adjust your phone on this feature.
Huawei Nova 10SE
This content creators dream of a phone supports 66W supercharge and comes with a long lasting 4500mAh battery.
This ensures users never have to worry about battery life during those unexpected power outages.
Brand-new dual low-voltage charge pump and three-tab battery technologies ensure the phone sky rockets to full capacity in under 38 minutes.
Huawei Nova Y61
This 22.5W mobile device is powered with a 5000mAh battery which supports fuss free heavy us.
You get over 9 hours of gaming time and 25 hours of phone calls including about 13.5 hours of online surfing.
The Y61 comes with a smart battery capacity assistant, which can identify the status of the battery and send out battery capacity reminders to the end user.
Huawei nova Y90
Huawei seems to be making fast needed tweaks to their devices especially for us who really need the tech to paddle past load shedding blues.
The Nova Y90 gives the user the advantage of a 40W Huawei supercharge with a 10 minute charging time to keep the phone on for hours.
Users get 2.3 hours of gaming batter life with just 10 minutes of charging time.
This Y90’s battery has battery health assistant function to intelligently detect the battery health status and remind the user to take action in time.
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