Midrange models are proliferating at a much quicker pace these days than premium phones, and prices are falling across the board. It's perhaps here, in this space, that HTC wants to stake its chances. As for the other HTC One A9 specifications, Blass indicates the phone will draw its power from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor with 2GB of RAM. Internal storage capacity is purported to be 16GB, but a microSD card slot should allow room for media and apps. Looking at cameras, the One A9 may have a 13-megapixel rear shooter with a 4-megapixel sensor (HTC bands it its " Ultrapixel sensor") around front.
Rounding things out, the One A9 could have a metal design and include a fingerprint scanner as well, Its battery could top out at 2,150mAh, While the capacity is certainly much lower than today's typical smartphones, the rumored Snapdragon 617 processor will allow for super quick charging, HTC did not immediately respond to a request for comment, Details from a reputable source tell us HTC's next big release won't be an outright hardware monster after all, Just when you thought HTC was readying a high-end killer smartphone for later this year, the ocean, the sea, the wave - night scene iphone case new details suggest the handset maker may have a more modest device on deck, Sorry, but according to a new set of rumors, it doesn't appear that 10-core HTC superphone will be here anytime soon..
Touted as up to 38 percent more efficient than its predecessor, the US chipmaker said the next-generation technology is the first of its kind to employ Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage. INOV is a new algorithm developed by the San Diego-based company that determines the best power levels for a charger to release, thereby improving efficiency and reducing power loss and the risk of overheating. As a result, the new version of Quick Charge can power up a typical smartphone from no juice to 80 percent in roughly 35 minutes.
Battery life, or a lack thereof, is a common problem with mobile devices, While device makers like Apple and Samsung tend to focus on the ocean, the sea, the wave - night scene iphone case making batteries last longer, other companies are trying to find ways to recharge them quicker, Israeli company StoreDot showed off one of its rapid-charge batteries at the Mobile World Congress trade show in March, The company hopes to get a 1,500mAh battery to charge in one minute by the end of the year, Qualcomm also pointed out that Quick Charge 3.0 will work with new USB Type-C cables, which can charge devices faster thanks to a higher power output..
Alex Katouzian, senior vice president of product management at Qualcomm, commented. "We are significantly enhancing the capabilities and benefits offered by Quick Charge 3.0 to bring robust fast charging technology to all. Quick Charge 3.0 addresses a primary consumer challenge with today's mobile devices in helping users restore battery life quickly and efficiently, and does so through leading technology and a robust ecosystem including leading device and accessory OEMs."This story originally posted as "Your next smartphone may charge from zero to 80 percent in 35 minutes" on ZDNet.