5 Killer Smartphones That Get Charged Quicker

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By Pavithra Rathinavel | July 9, 2014 9:21 AM EST

Battery specification is a deal breaker for most of the smartphone users across the globe to decide whether to purchase a particular phone or not. Some of the smartphones house killer battery units, while the others tweak the software, display and provide a modest battery unit.

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Models pose for photographs with LG Electronics' flagship G3 high-end smartphone at its unveiling ceremony in Seoul May 28, 2014. South Korea's LG Electronics Inc launched a revamped version of its flagship G3 high-end smartphone at a discount to its predecessor model on Wednesday and said it would ship more than 10 million units to improve its ailing handset business.

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It is worth mentioning that, even though users look at the battery specification before buying a phone, the efficiency of the battery should also be calculated from the time/hours taken to charge a phone to 100 per cent. Apparently, this is one of the parameters neglected by the potential buyers. Here is a list of top 5 smartphones of 2014 that charges faster than their counterparts, collated by Phone Arena.

Oppo Find 7a

Oppo Find 7a was released in March 2014. This smartphone comes with a whopping 2800 mAh Li-Po battery unit. In addition, Find 7a features an impressive charger that outputs 4.5A of current rather than the regular 1A to 2A output. This combination helps in getting the phone charged quicker than the rest of the phones. In specific, the phones charges from 0 per cent to 100 per cent in under 82 minutes.

Oppo Find 7

Even though Oppo Find 7 was announced in March, the phone got released only recently in May. The Find 7 has a comparatively larger battery unit than the Find 7a. The handset houses a solid 3000 mAh battery unit, while the Find 7a houses 2800 mAh unit. Although, the display size is one and the same, the Find 7 comes with a Quad HD screen resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels. Baring the higher pixel density, this phone charges as quickly as Find 7a.

LG G Pro 2        

LG G Pro 2 was released in April 2014. This phone comes equipped with a killer 3200 mAh battery unit. Apart from this, the phone also comes with an impressive 2A charger. This combination helps in getting the phone charged from 0 per cent to 100 per cent in fewer than two hours.

LG G3

LG's 2014 flagship smartphone G3 has recently been released in June. LG G3 features a solid user-replaceable 3000 mAh battery unit, along with battery/power-saving option. In addition, this phone houses a 1.8A charger that gives life to the phone from 0 per cent to 100 per cent in two hours.

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom

The new entrant from Samsung, Galaxy K zoom has recently been released in June. The Galaxy K Zoon, also known as Galaxy S5 zoom, is the successor of the bulky Galaxy S4 Zoom. This phone comes with a good Li-Ion 2430 mAh battery unit. The Galaxy K Zoom managed to get fully charged in two hours time frame. Especially with the 10x optical zoom equipped in the camera unit of Galaxy K Zoom, this quick charging capability is a stand out potential of the phone.

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Models pose for photographs with LG Electronics' flagship G3 high-end smartphone at its unveiling ceremony in Seoul May 28, 2014. South Korea's LG Electronics Inc launched a revamped version of its flagship G3 high-end smartphone at a discount to its predecessor model on Wednesday and said it would ship more than 10 million units to improve its ailing handset business.
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