In addition to efforts to equip enduring batteries, super-fast charging support will contribute to energy support in terms of energy, enabling smartphones to respond quickly to user needs. And the mid-range smartphone is below the typical representative of the ability to support fast charging.
Realme 3 Pro – 6.49 million or 7.49 million VND
In addition to shedding light on the gradient-changing back design and performance upgrades with the Snapdragon 710 chip, the Realme 3 Pro also supports VOOC 3.0 fast charging technology introduced with 5 minutes of charging that can meet 2 hours of use.
The large 4.045mAh battery of the device can meet an average of two days of use and only takes about 90 minutes to fully charge the battery through the 20W VOOC charger. And in fact, in the first 30 minutes of charging, the device can charge more than 40% of the battery to meet the demand in 1 working day.
In addition to supporting fast charging, Realme 3 Pro is also integrated with 16MP dual camera & 5MP image capture with the 25MP selfie camera for beauty support. The ability to shoot 4K movies, Realme 3 Pro also supports ultra-slow shooting at 960 frames per second in HD resolution.
It uses 6.3 inch IPS LCD dewdrop screen and runs the customized ColorOS 6 operating system on Android 9.0 Pie.
Reference price: 4GB RAM version & 64GB memory: VND6,490,000; 6GB RAM version & 128GB memory: VND 7,490,000.
Samsung Galaxy A70 – 9.29 million
Equipped with Super AMOLED 6.7 inch Full HD screen, Galaxy A70 is now one of the mid-range smartphones with the largest display area today. The companion machine with a large 4.500mAh battery supports fast charging technology with a maximum capacity of 25W.
The large screen and large battery pack help the Galaxy A70 meet the maximum display requirements and the ability to maintain enough battery life for a full day.
In fact, it is possible to charge about 45% of the first battery in 30 minutes of charging via the USB Type C charging port with the included quick charging bulb. And it takes about 100 minutes to fully charge the Galaxy A70 battery.
In terms of configuration, the device is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 chip with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory and runs on Android 9.0 Pie. The Galaxy A70 also supports up to 3 rear cameras that allow outstanding font deletion and ultra-wide angle shooting with 4K recording capability.
It also supports fingerprint sensor embedded in the screen that incorporates face unlock capability.
Xiaomi Mi 9 SE – 8.49 million
Miniaturized version of Mi 9 is characterized by a compact size, minimalistic by the 5.97-inch Super AMOLED water drop screen, 3-camera rear cluster – with 48MP main sensor – support for capturing fonts, super wide angle shooting and 2x optical zoom and fingerprint sensor technology in the screen.
The back of the device is covered with glass quite seamlessly because of the absence of traditional capacitive fingerprint sensor and the camera group 3 after being raised quickly to become the highlight.
It is equipped with a 3.070mAh battery incorporating Snadragon 712 chip and can meet the average usage time of 1 day. With a modest battery, the Mi 9 SE does not forget to equip the 18W fast charging feature that allows it to load over the first 50% after just 30 minutes of charging.
And in fact, it will take about 90 minutes to fully charge the battery with the fast charging bulb attached via USB Type C.
Mi 9 SE is installed Android 9.0 and has 6GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. The main camera also supports 4K video recording and slow recording HD speed of 960 frames per second.
Nokia 8.1 – 6.99 million
When the competitors switched to a more minimalist water drop design, the Nokia 8.1 still has a graceful match with the IPS 6.1-inch rabbit LCD screen Full HD + with HDR10 support.
Compared to its predecessor Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 8.1 has changed its appearance clearly when applying design language combining metal frame with two tempered glass.
The device is also equipped with Snapdragon 710 chip, 4GB RAM and 64GB memory and pre-installed Android 9.0 Pie (Android One).
Nokia 8.1 uses a 12MP & 13MP dual camera to accompany the ZEISS, OIS anti-shake lens and supports the ability to capture 4K fonts and video recording.
The device is equipped with a 3,500mAh battery that is enough for the day and comes with Quick Charge 3.0 technology for 18W capacity via USB Type C charging port. Specifically, it can charge about 40% of the first battery only after 30 charging minutes. And Nokia 8.1 takes 110 minutes to complete the 100% battery charging process.