The newly released phablets by Samsung, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 have been engineered in a way that they are as power efficient as they are beautifully designed. Both these new phablets by Samsung have a 5.7 inch display which has been optimized to display an even more advanced multimedia UX and productivity capabilities. Plus the company keeping in mind the importance of smartphones these days have equipped them with better batteries with faster charging speeds so that the users can enjoy these devices to the fullest.
Both these devices have a 3000 mAh battery under its hood which is more than 10 percent larger compared to the Galaxy S6 that has a 2550 mAh battery and the Galaxy S6 Edge which has a 2600 mAh battery. Apart from having larger batteries both these phablets have faster wired and wireless battery charging compared to the Galaxy S6.
The South Korean giant has created AFC (Adaptive Fast Charging) which basically speeds up wired charging and lets the battery charger communicate with the smartphone. Moreover if the charger finds a device that is compatible with AFC it will start recharging the device’s battery using higher voltage.
Due to this new technology the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 take only around 90 minutes to reach full charge. Wireless charging on the other hand also offers significant improvements in speed. If you remember the Galaxy S6 Edge had required 180 minutes to fully charge wirelessly, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 only take about 120 minutes using Samsung’s new wireless charging pad and these phablets have a larger battery than the Galaxy S6 Edge. These new phablets also support both WPC (Wireless Power Consortium) and PMA (Power Matters Alliance) certified standards.