The Razer Phone which supports USB Power Delivery 3.0 based PPS (Programmable Power Supply) and Augmented PDO's for fast charging had no issues when recently tested with its own supplied Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ certified Razer 24W Charger accessory as expected. Note testing was performed while the Razer Phone was 80% charged. Now we see how fast this phone gets fully charged by the Razer charger when the battery is completely drained.
In a similar way, we connected the phone to the Razer charger using a USB Type-C to Type-C cable. We could see that the Razer Phone took about 127 minutes to charge completely with the Razer 24W Charger via USB Power Delivery 3.0 and PPS, starting with 0% battery on the phone.
When plugged in, the phone initially pulled power at max 21 watts but then settled at around 10 watts of charging after the first 20 minutes with the Razer charger. In between, quick changing current was repeatedly pulled as the phone used PPS to charge.
When the battery has charged for about one and a half hour, charging gradually decreased to around 3 watts. The current pulled eventually dropped to less than .5 amps towards the end of charging. We also observed no PPS was used during charging as the battery filled up.
Click here to download the trace captured by the GRL-A1 power analyzer to see more details on the entire power charging cycle.