It finally happened, guys, wireless charging on the new one plus eight pro. And while I wish they would have given this to us earlier, I’m glad they waited because their version of wireless charging is called Warp 30 charge, and it charges at 30 watts, which is among some of the fastest wireless charging out there.
And I think that’s why a lot of people don’t use wireless charging because it is so much slower than wire charging. But this looks serious.
Ventilation is proper and it looks like a nice sized fan on the back. So even though that this charger is proprietary, it looks solid.
We’re going to do something interesting instead of putting it up against other wireless chargers. I’m going to see how fast this new work charge, 30 wireless charging is against the iPhone 11 pro Max’s wire charging with the 18 watt charger that comes in the box.
And then we’ll stack it up against the Galaxy s 20 ultra with this massive 45 watt charger that you can buy separately just for fun, just for point of reference on a faster charging Android phone.
All of these phones are completely drained. As you can see, I’m leaving all of the normal functions on with connectivity on, notifications on and everything, because this is how you would charge the phone.
Of course, a ton of notifications come flooding in as I turn them on because I want them to be on since that’s how most people top up their phones, including myself.
So after five minutes, the iPhone is at six percent. Not bad at all. And the Galaxy s 20 ultra is at an impressive 14 percent. And it says super fast charging 2.0, which I’m not sure I’ve seen that before.
And the one plus eight pro is at eight percent. So already ahead of the iPhone’s wired charging at 15 minutes, the iPhone is at 23 percent, which is very respectable.
But the Galaxy s 20 ultra already at a whopping 40 percent. I don’t remember it being this fast before, so that’s awesome. And the one plus eight pro at 26 percent. So that is also very impressive for wireless charging.
So far, so good. At 30 minutes, the iPhone is at 44 percent, which is a pretty good pace for 18. Watch charging the S twenty ultra is at seventy one percent.
So that much charge and a half an hour is incredible. The one plus eight pro is at 47 percent. So almost hitting that claimed 50 percent in 30 minutes. I’m sure it varies with each test, but absolutely fantastic for wireless charging at 45 minutes.
The iPhone is at 66 percent charge, so keeping up at a good pace. But the ultra ham is at 96 percent charge, which I’m really blown away by.
I don’t think I’ve ever had it charge this quick. And on the one plus eight pro, we have 70 percent now. So just ahead of the iPhone’s wired charging, which again is impressive, at 51 minutes, the Galaxy s 20 ultra finishes at 100 percent.
This is a huge surprise because I’ve seen other tests that take much longer and the phone is relatively cool. I expected it to be a lot hotter than this. This is the largest battery at 5000 million hours. But this is wired and that one plus is wireless.
So think about how impressive that is. After one hour, the iPhone 11 pro max has 78 percent charge. So it looks like it’s slowing down.
The one plus eight pro is now at ninety one percent. So it takes a commanding lead over the iPhone’s wired charging and even has a larger battery at four thousand five hundred ten million hours.
While the iPhone 11 pro max has a three thousand nine hundred sixty nine million power battery. So that shows you what a leap this is in wireless charging.
Ten minutes later, the iPhone has 84 percent charge. So it’s literally crawl charging now. And the one plus a pro is almost done at ninety nine percent. So it’s going to finish at anytime now. It gave me no indication that it was done.
So it could have finished faster. So we could call it a full charge at one hour and 11 minutes, which is really impressive.
Most of the time you would need at least twice the time to get other smartphones to 100 percent with wireless charging. The phone is slightly warm, but not hot whatsoever. So heat management is done right.
I’m glad that one plus waited to bring this level of wireless charging to their customers.
The only downside is that this work charging is proprietary. So you have to buy this charger to take advantages of these speeds. But it’s an awesome option. Nevertheless, the iPhone is still charging at 91 percent after an hour and a half. 30 minutes later at two hours. It’s still at ninety five percent.
And usually it’s finished by now. I’ve done this test before where it finishes right around this time or a little bit earlier.
So I’m not sure why this is happening. In fact, I checked again at two hours and 16 minutes and it still wasn’t done. It finally finished at two hours and 23 minutes. So that took a lot longer than usual.
But even if the iPhone took two hours to complete charge, the one plus a work 30 wireless charging is basically twice as fast to 100. Then the iPhone. Eleven pros wired charging.
And this is what I’m happy to see. 20/20 looks like the year to bring fast speeds to wireless charging, truly making wireless.
Charging convenient kudo’s to one plus on this one. Let me know what you think about the one plus a pro’s wireless charging in the comments below.