No matter what charger you’re using, there are a few general tips that can help to make charging safer:

  1. Don’t charge in ambient temperatures above 30°C
  2. Don’t cover your phone or other devices while charging (like under your pillow)
  3. Don’t overload your wall outlet
  4. Always unplug after you’ve finished charging

 

Here give you some background about fast-charging cables, here’s a quick refresher:

Volts (V) are a measure of voltage, amps (A) are a measure of current, and watts (W) are a measure of electrical power.

Greater currents and higher voltages will charge a battery faster.

Because cables connect the battery to the power source, cables play an important role in charging your phone.

Standard chargers are usually around 5 V / 4.5 W, with a current strength of 1.0 - 2.2 A, while 18 W has become a basic standard for fast charging.Always check the specifications carefully to make sure that you’re using the right charger with the right cable to get the maximum performance.

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