Quick Charge 4 and 4+ are the latest versions of the quick charging tech from popular chip maker, Qualcomm, and they were launched early in 2017. But despite the fact that they’ve been in existence for more than a year now, the number of smartphones that support and use them are relatively low.
Many OEMs that use Qualcomm have decided to stick with Quick Charge 3.0, and that’s largely due to the fact that there’s not much difference between the two quick charge versions, and many OEMs are coming up with such technologies of their own for use on their devices. Oppo has VOOC, OnePlus has Dash Charge, MediaTek has Pump Express, and even Google’s Pixel devices use USB Power Delivery (USB-PD).
However, some other OEMs have seen some light in the dark tunnels that are QC4 and QC4+, and have taken the plunge. These are listed below: