Smartphone manufacturers related to the BBK group will soon launch smartphones with an ultra-fast charging speed of 120 and 125 watts. Such technology will find application in the devices of Oppo, Vivo, Iqoo and Realme. However, other companies are preparing similar technologies. On July 22, Lenovo will release the Legion Legion gaming smartphone with 90-watt charging. And Xiaomi, according to a source, has now launched the mass production of the 100-watt Super Charge Turbo charging technology.
Xiaomi 100-watt charging has entered production lines
We do not know on which device this charging will first appear, but it will obviously be announced soon. Perhaps it will be the Mi Mix 4 or the representative of a completely new line. The source also says that this smartphone supports fast wireless charging, but without indicating its power.
The source in this case is the Digital Chat Station insider, who has already established himself well. For example, at one time, he absolutely accurately described the specs of the Redmi K30 Pro before its release.
Xiaomi will launch 100W fast charge soon: 4000mAh battery in 17 minutes
In March last year, Xiaomi decided to impress its audience by demonstrating 100W Super Charge Turbo fast charging technology. It can charge a fully discharged 4000 mAh battery in just 17 minutes. But it didn’t go beyond demonstrating the new technology, and until now it has not found its application in a commercial device.
Recently, Chinese insiders claim that Xiaomi will be the first company to show a smartphone with ultra-fast charging at 100 watts. But what model is the first to offer this feature, there is no reliable information.
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All claims point to the next flagship smartphone. So some are inclined to assume that a 100-watt charge will debut in Xiaomi Mi Mix 4. The smartphone itself can be presented in August this year, but these are just rumors that need confirmation.
We can only watch whether Xiaomi has enough strength, skills and resources to offer the industry’s first 100-watt fast charge. It will be interesting to see how the company resolves the issue of safety and heat dissipation. In addition to how quickly the new technology will “kill” the smartphone’s battery.
According to previously published information, the 100W superfast charge takes only 17 minutes to fully charge a 4000mAh battery. If the technology can be installed on commercial phones, it may change our charging habits.
There is also a big question of safety. In time past, we have seen mobile phone batteries explode when charging in certain unfavorable conditions. Netizens are skeptical. If you ask me, the 27 minutes full charge for a 4000 mAh battery delivered by the 65W fast charge is just enough.