Today, the first power bank designed in Poland – Green Cell PRIME – premieres. Green Cell’s team of designers and engineers took care of both the visual and technological side of the device. The first issue is probably clear – the characteristic design of the power bank is immediately visible. What, on the other hand, is the proprietary Ultra Charge fast charging technology?
Fast charging for every smartphone
Smartphone manufacturers have been outperforming each other for years in creating more and more effective methods of fast charging. It’s easy to get lost in a bundle of terminology such as Quick Charge, Huawei FCP or Samsung AFP. The Ultra Charge technology developed by Green Cell is the answer to this technological chaos. Thanks to Ultra Charge, we can charge devices compatible with all of the above mentioned systems, as well as with less popular ones, such as MediaTek Pump Express or USB DCP.
What is Ultra Charge about?
Ultra Charge is based on three charging profiles – 5/9/12V. Depending on which device you are connecting, you can be sure that the appropriate charging voltage will be selected and the current will be as high as possible. The technology guarantees safe and fast charging regardless of the connected device. With Ultra Charge we can easily charge most smartphones from 0 to 100% in 1-1.5 hours.
GC PRIME – the first power bank with Ultra Charge
The Green Cell PRIME mentioned at the beginning of the article, apart from supporting Ultra Charge standard, has one more very interesting feature. Power bank is also equipped with Pass-Through technology, which allows you to simultaneously charge the power bank from the socket and power the phone connected to it.
Author: Krzysztof Wołongiewicz
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