Nut R1 supports 18W QC4+ cable fast charge and comes with QC4+ charger and 10W wireless fast charge. QC4+ is a fast charging technology introduced by Qualcomm at the 2017 Qualcomm Snapdragon Technology Summit. It is compatible with USB PD 3.0 (PPS), QC3.0, and QC2.0 fast charging, and has caused a lot of repercussions in the industry. At present, there are few QC4+ charging devices on the market. QC4+ fast charging is applied to Razer Phone for the first time, and nut R1 is the first mobile phone to support QC4+ fast charging.
In recent years, in the field of fast charging, in addition to Qualcomm's QC-based fast charging technology, other manufacturers, such as Huawei, Samsung, OPPO, have also introduced their own fast-charge technology, which has shown a hundred colorful scenes. Rechargeable head network has learned that the recent flagship mobile phone models introduced by a number of mobile phone manufacturers are compatible with the USB PD fast charging technology. It can be seen that the fast charging industry is moving toward the USB PD status, and a set of charging equipment can give it all. The era of rapid charging of equipment is approaching.
Since Apple released mobile phones supporting wireless charging: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, many domestic mobile phone manufacturers have launched devices that support wireless charging. The first was the Jinli M7 Plus, which was released last November, and was released in March this year. The millet MIX 2S, the HUAWEI Mate RS Porsche design released in April, and the nut R1 released yesterday, including the Jinli M7 Plus, the HUAWEI Mate RS Porsche Design, and the Nut R1 all support 10W wireless fast charging. It can be said that there has been a wave of wireless charging mobile phones in China. Afterwards, the wireless charging mode will become the standard of the flagship machine.