8 Best Smartphones That Boast the Fastest Charging Speeds

To be perfectly honest, a smartphone is nothing without a dedicated battery offering under its hoods. In fact, the truth in this statement is so great that most of you who look for new smartphones, first enquire about the battery offering.

Batteries are quite important for a handset. The more battery unit you get under the hoods, the better: it's as simple as that. Bigger batteries mark for more time that you will get to spend on the handset. And we are always looking for better.

8 Best Smartphones That Boast the Fastest Charging Speeds


But while the battery remains as integral as ever, what remains equally important is the amount of time the battery is getting charged within. We have had bad experiences in the past where the phone is taking a boatload of time to charge.

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Hence it's absolutely important that a handset comes with a powerful charger and a battery unit that will sustain all kinds of usage. Mixed and heavy. And thankfully there are few that meets the requirements.

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Here are the top 8 handsets that offer the best charging times in the market.

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The Moto E is a grand handset that comes at a budget price. Apart from the fact that it has a great built and the latest Android OS under the hoods, the handset is also baosting quite a potent battery that charges up in very less time. The handset's 1980mAh battery takes less than 2 hours to fully charge itself up.

The Find 7 comes around with a massive 3000mAh battery. And although that means that the phone can run on a single charge for more than a day, the battery unit itself is quite potent. The battery within the Find 7 charges up in just an hour and a half.


The beauty of the entire LG G3 handset is that it comes with a 1.8A charger. And in case you aren't aware, a 1.8A charger is capable of filling up the entire unit in just a couple of hours. And anyway that's expected since the 300mAh battery may be big, but it won't hold forever. Nothing does.

The S5 offers a more than decent 2800mAh battery unit that's capable enough to run on a single charge. But while that's a treat, the even bigger deal is the charger that fills up the battery in no time. The last we remember charging the handset, it took just less than 2 hours for the entire procedure.

The One (M8) is a very good smartphone. The handset offers a host of different features and specs that make it favorable among a host od devices in the market currently. Apart from that, is the feature where the phone takes equally less time to charge up. In our experience, the phone took just 2 hours before it was fresh and new once more.

The G Pro 2 anyway sports a mammoth 3200mAh battery unit that actually goes on to compliment the overall handset and its revamped interface. But the charger of the device is also a marvel as it makes sure to fill up the handset in less than 2 hours. Very impressive!

The Ascend P7 from Huawei actually gets less credit than it actually deserves. The handset is an absolute monster in terms of power calibration, and the handset's decent 2500mAh battery is a major proof for that. And although less, but it still takes just under 3 hours to fully buck up the battery unit.

Just like the original Find 7, the Find 7a is an absolute treat by the kind of specs it offers. But the best thing about it is its larger than life charger that makes sure you can start using your handset as soon as possible. Apparently, the device's 2800mAh battery unit is capable of filling itself up fully within an hour.

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