Long charging times for smartphones can be annoying - especially when you're in a hurry. The China creater Xiaomi has now introduce a new charging system that should be able to charge a 4,000 mAh battery in eight minutes.
Xiaomi made headlines when it unveiled its wired 100 watt fast charging technology in 2019, which promised to fully charge a 4,000 mAh battery in just 17 minutes. Oppo topped this one year later with its wired 125 watt fast charging solution. Now Xiaomi has just retrieve the top spot by a large margin.
Xiaomi just reveal its latest, fastest charging technology, which the company mantain has set a world record for both wired and wireless charging speeds. Xiaomi says its new HyperCharging charging system can charge a 4,000 mAh battery in just 8 minutes or in 15 minutes with a wireless charger.THE XIAOMI MI 11 5G IN THE AMAZON DEAL:
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The company demonstrated a modified Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra that was charged via a wired 200 watt charger. The video shows the phone going from 0 percent in just 44 seconds to 10 percent and in 3 minutes to 50 percent, with a full charge being reached in just under 8 minutes.
New HyperCharge charging technology is so far to ready for commercial release. Even the current 120 watt charging technology from Xiaomi is currently only available on a single device - the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. There are still fears that the service life of the battery could be greatly shortened in the long term with these fast charging processes.
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