Jul 27, 2017 | Updated: 07:21 PM EDT

OnePlus 5 Dash Charge Vs Samsung Galaxy S8 QuickCharge

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(Photo : TechConfigurations/ YouTube Screenshot) OnePlus 5 will also feature a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, 8GB of RAM, and a 5.5-inch Full HD display panel.

After the launch of the OnePlus 5, the Chinese Smartphone maker has posted a video showing how fast the Dash Charge feature works. OnePlus has posted videos showing the charging speed of both OnePlus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S8.

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According to Android Authority, the first video which was posted by OnePlus reveals that the OnePlus 5, with its 3,300 mAh battery, in a typical charging scenario against the Samsung Galaxy S8 that has a smaller 3,000 mAh battery. The video reveals that after about 15 minutes, the flagship killer's battery has a 29-percent charge against just 20 percent for the Samsung Galaxy S8. After just over 30 minutes, the OnePlus 5 went up to a 58-percent battery charge as compared to 39 percent for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Here is the video:




The battery charge difference is even more marked for these two flagships when they are shown connected to a car. The second video reveals that after about 30 minutes of driving around and keeping the navigation on, the OnePlus 5 has 43 percent of its battery capacity ready to go, while the Galaxy S8 has a just 12 percent battery charge in the same amount of time, are reported by Phone Arena. Watch the second video below:




The Chinese smartphone maker introduced its Dash Charge battery technology in 2016 with the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. Unlike other solutions that increase the voltage when a phone is connected to a power source, Dash Charge raises the amps. This not only results in a faster charging time, but it also generates less heat than other fast charging methods. It also requires that the OnePlus 5 use a proprietary adapter and cable.

In the most of the review of OnePlus, OnePlus 5 charged up to as high as 60 percent of its battery capacity in just 30 minutes. It only took about 1 hour and 20 minutes to charge up to its full capacity.

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