MEIZU GaN Charger Specs Leaked: Support 65W + 1xUSB-C + 1xUSB-A
By Lydia Scott 2020-03-18 396 0
MEIZU GaN Charger 65W Features
According to revelations, this upcoming MEIZU GaN charger has a power of 65W and its interface is configured with 1A1C output (a USB-C, a USB-A) to support the mainstream fast charging protocol on the market.
Judging from the exposed photos, the charger shell is the same as the ID design of the MEIZU charger family, such as the classic UP0830, pure white radium carved MEIZU LOGO. Because there is no reference for comparison, it is not clear the size of this MEIZU GaN Charger.
As the third generation semiconductor material, gallium nitride (GaN) has the characteristics of low resistance, low conductivity loss, and high switching frequency. When used in the charger, the heat generated during the work will be lower, on the one hand, the energy loss will be reduced, and on the other hand, it will be safer.
Switching frequency refers to the electronic components such as thyristors inside the charging head, which are fully turned on and closed. If the frequency is higher, the transformer and capacitor inside the charger can be reduced accordingly, and these two components account for the bulk of the charger volume, so this feature can well reduce the volume of the charger.
The arrival of the MEIZU GaN gallium nitride charger will greatly improve the charging efficiency of the MEIZU 17 5G phone. Its appearance also implies that the MEIZU 17 5G will support faster-charging speed and larger battery capacity.
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