Xiaomi will launch a 120W GaN charger – can only charge the Mi 10 Ultra

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Xiaomi and Zimi recently released a series of 33W GaN chargers with the compact size of a 5W charging head. According to recent reports, the company will release its highest-rated GaN charger soon. Presently, Xiaomi has a 65W GaN charger and this is the highest. Nevertheless, the Xiaomi 120W GaN charger will launch soon if the speculations are true. As of now, only the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra supports up to 120W fast charging. Thus, this charger can deliver full capacity only with this smartphone. 

Xiaomi 120W GaN charger

It’s important to note that this charger will also work for other compatible devices, probably notebooks inclusive. However, it may not deliver full capacity if the device does not support 120W charging. According to the report, this device will support Black Sharks’ upcoming flagships. There are reports that the Black Shark 4 and 4 Pro will support up to 120W fast charging. Xiaomi currently sells GaN chargers in three models: 33W, 55W, and 65W. The 65W Gan charger costs about $20. Thus, the Xiaomi 120W GaN charger should cost more than $20. 

Xiaomi 55W GaN charger + 6A cable on the shelf for 99 yuan ($15)

After the official launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11, the company also released a couple of accessories for this smartphone.  A few weeks ago, 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.

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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.

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Xiaomi 55W GaN charger

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 charger supports short-circuit protection, over-current protection, over-temperature protection, and under-voltage protection.

This new charger from Xiaomi will not be strictly for smartphones. This charger will probably also work with notebooks and other compatible devices. We will keep a tab on the development of this new Xiaomi charger. If there is more information regarding this charger, you will be the first to know. Keep a tab with us.

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