Xiaomi remains at the top of the game with its new fast charging technology, yet again sharing another milestone by introducing new 200W and 120W HyperCharge tech. A 4,000 mAh battery can be charged within mere 8 minutes with its new wired charging solution.
The company has also brought to light 120W wireless fast charging technology that takes up only 15 minutes to charge a smartphone of the same battery capacity. After the launch of 120W fast charging with Mi 10 Ultra & wireless fast charging 80W technology last year, Xiaomi has come up with its 200W HyperCharge tech breaking grounds in the fast-charging tech domain this year.
This makes the company the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) offering the highest ever fast charging technology of 200W capacity for smartphones.
The arrival of 200W HyperCharge fast charging & 120W wireless fast charging technologiey was announced over the company’s Twitter handle. They also posted a video showcasing the speedy charging of a 4,000mAh battery with the advanced wireless & wired techs. The video shows a smartphone taking only forty-four seconds to charge till 10%, just three minutes to charge till 50% and only eight minutes to fully charge the phone with the new wired fast charging tech.
At present, Oppo has 125W Flash Charge in the wired charging technology sphere which claims to charge a 4,000mAh battery fully within twenty minutes. While 125W UltraDART by Realme also offers the same charging speeds.
Xiaomi also demonstrated its 120W wireless fast charging tech in the posted video. To test its wireless and wired fast charging tech, the company uses a custom-built Mi 11 Pro smartphone. We could see Mi 11 Pro with a battery capacity of 4,000mAh taking less than a minute for reaching 10% and seven minutes for 50% and fifteen minutes to get fully charged.
However, it has not been decided when will Xiaomi’s promising wireless and wired technologies will be implemented in market-ready products & which smartphones will be the first to get it. We can still expect the employment of new tech in the upcoming flagship models.