OnePlus Once Again Holds Its Dash Charge Technology in High Regard as It Takes on Qualcomm’s Fast-Charging Tech
After working on its own proprietary charging technology, OnePlus came with what it likes to call its Dash Charge technology. Using a power brick that delivers a high amount of amperage and the compatible accessory allows users to rake significant talk time from both the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T. The company has released a promo video showing how significantly better its Dash Charge tech is when compared to different technologies.
Google Pixel XL Uses a Powerful 27W Type-C Car Charger to Take on OnePlus’s Dash Charge Tech – Here Are the Differences Recorded
For comparison purposes, given below are battery capacities present in both smartphones:
- OnePlus 3T: 3,400mAh
- Google Pixel XL: 3,450mAh
Both devices are plugged in a car charger with their respective charging technologies kicking in as soon as they are plugged in. Since OnePlus’ technology is regarded as superior, it has already overtaken the Pixel XL. After 15 minutes of being plugged in, the Pixel XL is only charged to 10 percent while the OnePlus 3T is showing a battery percentage of 29 percent. After a period of 30 minutes, the OnePlus 3T can be seen with a charge percentage of way above 50 percent while the Pixel XL struggles to come even halfway through what OnePlus 3T achieved at it records a percentage of 19 percent after being plugged in for the same time period.
This shows that the company’s Dash Charge technology is significantly superior, meaning that the technology used in the power brick or car charger to provide juice to the next OnePlus flagship will charge the device in even less time than before. As a reminder, it is always recommended that while you’re charging your smartphone, you engage in the practice of using certified chargers and cables all the time since it will prevent any unforeseen accidents from taking place and also improve the lifespan of the battery.
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