At first glance, this would seem a great value as it will let you keep on talking while keeping your phone charged. The issue here is when does the charging system go from benefit to negative. At some point, you see, unless your phone has a charger cutoff for the remote charger, it will keep on charging until there is no place left to stuff the electricity. When this point occurs, the power becomes heat.Worse, the heat can harm your batteries ultimately limiting the amount of power you can stuff into them. In other words, your 12-hour cells become 11.5-hour devices and then 11-hour batteries and so on, thanks to the heat.
Batteries Plagued by Heat Issues
If you read the last paragraph carefully, you will see something else; besides the problems with the charge, the batteries also are beset by heat.Moving this into the quick-charge car networks, no matter what the automakers do about this problem (heat), there is no way around the fact that at some point, batteries charge. In turn, the charging cells make heat.So, let’s say there is some fail-safe charging technology built into the quick-charge networks, which there needs to be. At some point or other, it is quite likely that the fail-safe technology fails and you are left with a high in-rush current continually cooking your batteries so that ultimately you may be left with a pile of highly questionable battery packs.