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Tuesday, 12 May 2015

LG G4 Supports Quick Charge 20


LG launched its latest flagship ‘LG G4’ on 28 April, since then we don’t have any confirmation if it supports ‘Quick Charge 2.0’ or not. LG mentioned that the G4 doesn’t support Quick Charge 2.0, but it has included a 1.8A charger that can charge quicker than the normal 1A chargers. Quick Charge 2.0 adapters can charge your device from 0% to 50% in 40 minutes, where the Chargers with 1A and 2A capacity will be charged at 22% and 32% respectively.

Even though the smartphone is powered by Snapdragon 808 processor that is capable of Quick Charge 2.0, but the company doesn’t specify the Quick Charge 2.0 capability anywhere. Other flagships HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge offers Quick Charge 2.0.
LG G4 comes with removable back cover and has a 3000mAh capacity of battery. It has 5.5-inch QHD IPS (1440×2560) display with Gorilla Glass 4 protection and 3GB of RAM. The internal storage of the device is 32GB, and it includes a microSD card slot with 128GB expandable support. The device runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box with LG’s UX 4.0 interface. The rear camera on G4 is of 16MP with dual LED and 8MP front-facing camera.
Now the device page of LG G4 on the official website of Qualcomm is updated and mentioned that the device will support the Quick Charge 2.0. So we can expect the Quick Charge 2.0 support to be included in the retail devices or LG will release an Over-the-Air update to support it.
While all these leaks around Quick Charge 2.0 support on LG G4, there is no official announcement from the company.

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