Current technology is fastCharging mobile gadgets (Oppo Super VOOC) in some respects surpass Quick Charge technology solutions from Qualcomm. However, to improve security and unification, it is necessary to introduce a single standard that complies with the Power Delivery specification and is compatible with USB Type-C. When developing wireless chargers, Qualcomm aims to use the Quick Charge standard.
The main reason for bringing wirelessChargers under the traditional standard in Qualcomm called the need to create common standards and the exclusion of numerous experimental solutions that create potential danger to consumers.
Qualcomm's first goal is to ensure everyoneexisting adapters working under the Quick Charge 2.0, 3.0, 4 and 4+ standard can work with wireless chargers. The Quick Charge standard is however limited in power to a maximum limit of 18 W. However, the company believes that ensuring security, unification and standardization is much more important than the pursuit of the charging speed of mobile devices.
Qualcomm reported that they will stick to the well-known Qi standard, for which it is necessary to develop partnerships with the creator of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) standard.