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Here’s how to measure your Android smartphone’s charging speed



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Android 15 will introduce iPhone-like battery heath section this year. Meanwhile, there’s a pretty useful trick, using which you can measure your Android smartphone’s battery charging speed. To do so, we will be using the Ampere app, which is available on the Google Play Store for free.

Before you begin, ensure your smartphone has a minimum 20-percent battery charge for accurate results. Also, for measurement, use the usual charging method (wireless charger, adapter + cable, or power bank). Download and install the Ampere app from the Google Play Store.

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Measuring charging speed:

  • Open the Ampere app. It will initially say “Measuring” for a few seconds.
  • Look at the main number displayed in the center of the screen. This is the current charging current in milliamps (mA).

The app also shows:

    • Minimum and maximum mA: These give you an idea of how much the charging current fluctuates.
    • Battery voltage: This helps in calculating the charging wattage.
    • Battery health and temperature: Useful for additional info.

Ampere App Battery Charging Speed

Calculating charging in Watt:

To get a better understanding of your charging speed, you can calculate the wattage. This takes into account both the current and voltage. Here’s how:

  • Note down the average charging current from Ampere in mA.
  • Note down the voltage displayed in Ampere.
  • Convert mA to amps by dividing by 1000 (e.g., 2500 mA becomes 2.5 A).
  • Multiply the current in amps by the voltage to get the wattage (e.g., 2.5 A x 5 V = 12.5 W).

Also try:

Once after measuring your phone’s charging wattage, check your phone and charger’s speed in Volt and Ampere. In case your device is capable of more faster charging than the calculated wattage by yourself, there might be an issue with your charger, cable, or phone settings.

Credits – AndroidPolice

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AndroidHeadlines reports that Samsung is planning to introduce the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra in China too. Previously, it was reported that the company could keep this exclusive variant limited to its home ground.

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Samsung has no plan to bring a larger battery to the Galaxy S25. In a new report, GalaxyClub reports that the company won’t revise the battery capacity in the next generation of phones. At present, the information has arrived for Standard variant only.

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The Galaxy S25 smartphone will carry model number SM-S931. The lineup’s Plus and Ultra models should get a battery increment, but it isn’t much expected. As the phone launches early next year, it’s too early to predict such changes for the flagships.

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