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Top best smartphones that feature fast charging

Here are some devices that are able to charge your battery faster

When you buy a smartphone in the first place, look at the features that come with it. Some like to have a bit of a fancy camera, some prefer to have a battery that lasts longer, but many are looking for a smartphone that can charge quickly, because, after all, are living in a fast paced world.

Good to know that the QuickCharge 2.0 now supports processors Qualcomm 8xx series. In other words, most of the devices that work with processor Qualcomm 8xx series most likely to contribute to the battery and thus the device's battery will charge faster.

Here are some devices that are able to charge your battery faster.


Google Nexus 6


The latest smartphone launched by Google, Nexus 6, has received a great response from users and critics. The phone comes with a 3220 mAh battery and a charger Motorola Turbo charge your battery from 0 percent to 100 percent in just one hour and 38 minutes. The battery can last about 7 hours and 53 minutes.

Oppo Find 7a


The Oppo Find the 7th comes with a 2800 mAh battery unit VOOC and supports loading and charge the battery from 0 percent to 75 percent in about 30 minutes. However, to make the battery fully charge from 0 to 100 percent and will take approximately 1 hour and 22 minutes, and will last for 6 hours and 6 minutes.

OnePlus One


Even if OnePlus One is one of the most underrated phone that was released in 2014, this device is one of the top 5 phones that can load faster. The device has a 3100 mAh battery and it takes about 2 hours to charge from 0 percent to 100 percent. The battery can last about 8 hours and 5 minutes, which is pretty impressive.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4


The last phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a 3220 mAh battery and has the ability QuickCharge 2.0 that helps the battery to charge from 0 percent to 100 percent in 1 hour and 35 minutes. The battery is fully discharged after 8 hours and 43 minutes.

LG G3


The LG G3 comes with a 3000 mAh battery, but it takes about 2 hours to reach full charge from 0 percent to 100 percent, which is not that impressive. At the same time, how long the battery lasts only for 6 hours and 14 minutes, which again is not good enough.

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