Xiaomi introduce new technology to charge phone in 8 minutes. The company announced its super large technology, which is currently the fastest technology in the industry.
Xiaomi claims that its new fast charging solution can charge the device from 0% to 100% in eight minutes. The charging technology can also wirelessly charge the device with 120 watts of power within 15 minutes.
A demonstration using a customized charging solution for Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro was shown. The device has a 4000 mAh battery, which is said to be able to be charged via wired charging within 8 minutes. Let’s take a look at the new Xiaomi super charging technology announced yesterday(31st-may-2021).
Fast charging technology of Xiaomi phone
Xiaomi has released a new super charging technology for smartphones. The charging solution can charge a 4000 mAh battery in 8 minutes.
The company demonstrated its fast charging solution using a customized Mi 11 Pro. The device has a 4000 mAh battery that can be charged from zero to 50% in three minutes. It also claims that ultra-fast charging technology uses a wired charging solution to fully charge the device in eight minutes.
Overcharge can also wirelessly charge 120-watt devices. The company claims that the new charging solution can charge a 4000 mAh battery in 15 minutes.
There is no news about the commercial release of the new charging technology. The company previously released 120-watt wired and 80-watt wireless charging solutions. However, we have yet to see a commercially compatible smartphone with charging speed. K40 series smartphones such as Mi 11 Super and Mi 11 Pro all use 67W wired fast charging support.
The introduction of a fast charging solution does not necessarily mean that Xiaomi will launch a device that supports 200-watt billing. Safety, thermal management, certification and many other factors. It has already begun to play a role in a country before the product is put on the market. Even if the company does release a new super large technology, we can expect it to be unveiled on high-end smartphones later this year or early next year.