Xiaomi applies for multiple trademarks – set to break more charging record


Xiaomi charging technology history

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, is known for its advancement in fast charging technology. The company has more strides in the wireless charging segment. According to the Enterprise Check App, Xiaomi Technology Co., Ltd. has recently added a number of trademark application information for “Shenxian Mianzian” and “Redmi”. The current status of the document is “application for registration”. There have been reports that Xiaomi will equip its new 2022 flagships with a new generation of fast chargers. One of the chargers comes with model number “MDY-13-E*”. Although the power of the charger is still 120W, the company did other changes. The charger volume is smaller and it delivers high power charging for a longer period.

According to reports, these new applications have links to charging technology. There are speculations that Xiaomi will set a new record again. Industry rumors claim that the Xiaomi Mi 12 series and Redmi K50 series will come with this new charging head. Whether or not this will be the case remains to be seen.

Xiaomi has a 200W charging technology

In May of this year, Xiaomi mobile phone announced that a modified version of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro broke two world records. Firstly, the wired charging capacity of this smartphone hit 200W. This charging power can deliver a full charge in just 8 minutes. This is the first time that a smartphone will be getting a full charge in a single-digit minute time. Secondly, the wireless charging capabilities of the modified Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro hit 120W. According to the company, this smartphone gets a full wireless charge in just 15 minutes. Of course, this is the first device to claim a >100W wireless charging capacity.

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According to Xiaomi officials, the company will always strive to be the leader in the mobile phone charging industry. According to a published video, Xiaomi’s 200W wired charging can charge 10% in 44 seconds and 50% in 3 minutes. The 120W wireless charging can charge 10% in 1 minute and 50% in 7 minutes.

However, Xiaomi’s development in the wireless field may have hit an abrupt end. A new law from the Chinese government shows that Xiaomi or any other manufacturer can not work on wireless charging above 50W. The Chinese government considers wireless charging above 50W as unsafe. The Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 has internal technology that supports above 50W wireless fast charging. However, due to the latest restrictions, this flagship smartphone only supports 50W wireless charging. However, there is a lot of work to be done in the wired charging field.

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