Xiaomi 40W wireless charging appears in new video

This afternoon, Xiaomi Vice President Chang Cheng revealed on Weibo that the charging rate of Xiaomi Wireless Charging has evolved from 10W – 30W mode in recent years. However, the company is currently developing a new wireless charging which breaks its current 30W capacity. According to Xiaomi VP, Chang Cheng, the company has a new 40W wireless fast charging solution. The capability of the Xiaomi 40W wireless charging is quite impressive.

According to the video, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro with a 4500 mAh battery got a full charge in 40 minutes. In the first 20 minutes, it achieved 57%. This prototype wireless charger will probably come with a vertical air-cooler to check its heating. As of now, there is no information with regards to when this technology will be available. However, we know that Xiaomi has this tech in store for us.

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Xiaomi’s latest flagship uses a 30W wireless charging solution. Now, the company is doing more to make subsequent flagships more attractive. It is obvious that wireless charging will be a major area of development this year. Xiaomi’s target is to achieve charging speeds that some OEMs struggle to achieve with wired charging.

Xiaomi 40W wireless charging

Xiaomi 40W wireless charging to succeed its 30W wireless charging solution

Xiaomi’s latest flagships, Xiaomi Mi 10 and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro but uses fast wireless charging solutions. The Xiaomi Mi 10 comes with a 4780 mAh custom strip fast charge battery, which supports 30W wired fast flash charging + 30W wireless fast flash charging + 10W wireless reverse charging. On the other hand, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro uses a 4500 mAh strip battery. However, it comes with a faster 50W fast flash charging technology. This charging solution achieves a full charge in just 45 minutes. In addition, it uses Xiaomi’s latest 30W wireless charging solution which is quite fast.

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What do you think about the Xiaomi 40W wireless charging solution? Does the smartphone industry need this tech at this time? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below

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1 Comment

  1. 𝕸๏𝖋ɨ
    March 3, 2020

    I am a MI fan but can’t stop thinking about the wireless capabilities of the Nex 2020, I mean 60w…