After the official launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11 yesterday, the company also released a couple of accessories for this smartphone. For the first time ever, a Xiaomi phone will not come with a charger in the box. Nevertheless, the company has promised that the charger will be readily available for users to purchase. In fact, on the sales of the Mi 11, there is an option to buy this charger with the phone. Today, GizmoAlpha spotted the Xiaomi 55W GaN charger + 6A cable on the shelf at JD.com. This device is on pre-sale for 99 yuan ($15) and the first outright sale will take place on January 1st.
The Xiaomi 55W GaN charger is very portable with a sleek appearance. This device comes with a built-in smart chip and can charge mobile phones, laptops, and other common devices. According to the company, it supports AC100 to 240V wide voltage input and can be used anywhere.
The Xiaomi original 55W GaN charger supports 5V3A, 9V3A, 11V5A, and 20V2.5A Max output. If you have the Xiaomi Mi 11, then you can expect a maximum 55W charging output. However, if your device does not support up to 55W charging, it will output the maximum power that your device support. In terms of safety, Xiaomi’s original 55W GaN charger supports short-circuit protection, over-current protection, over-temperature protection, and under-voltage protection.
Xiaomi Mi 11 heat Dissipation Performance
The Xiaomi Mi 11 comes with some interesting features. In addition to the Snapdragon 888, this device uses a proper heat dissipation system that keeps the heat level low. This phone uses copper foil, graphite, thermal oil, and aerogel all of which ensure proper heat dissipation.
There is also a video that shows the performance of the hit dissipation of this smartphone. When playing PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds for 30 minutes under HDR high-definition 60Hz, the maximum temperature of the front of the mobile phone is about 41℃. The maximum temperature of the rear of the mobile phone is about 40℃. When playing “The Original God”, in the highest quality, the highest temperature hit 37°C after 1 hour.
Looking at this result, it appears that the Snapdragon 888 SoC generates a lot of heat. If all the heat dissipation materials such as copper foil and metal shield are removed, the heating of this SoC can easily hit 80°C. For the Xiaomi Mi 11, we can safely say that it did a good job with the heat control. Obviously, other manufacturers have to do the same if they ever hope to use this processor.
To watch the heat dissipation test video, click HERE