Here are the charging capacity & battery size for smartphones this year


iQOO 10 Pro 200W charging

With the iteration of technology, the fast charging power of the new flagship smartphones is doubling. Today, popular Weibo tech blogger @DCS exposed the 100W solutions that will be used in the new Android phones this year. His post reveals the following charging and battery capacity

  • 100W + 5000 mAh battery
  • 120W + 5160 mAh battery
  • 135W + 5000 mAh battery
  • 150W + 4800 mAh battery

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However, he reveals that the highest model on the list will support 200W fast charging. Nevertheless, he did not reveal the battery capacity of this model. As for the Android brands that will use this configuration, @DCS did not say. Nevertheless, there have been speculations regarding the brands that will use them. The brands below will use the following fast charging

  • Honor – 100W
  • Redmi – 120W
  • Nubia – 135W
  • Oppo – 150W
  • Vivo – 200W

It is worth mentioning that @DCS previously revealed that the iQOO 10 Pro is determined to launch a 200W fast-charging model. The charger of this model has the model number V200100L0B0-CN, the wireless output is 20V 3.25A maximum 65W, and the nominal 50W.

More smartphones to use 200W charging

The iQOO 9 adopts a dual-cell solution. With the 120W super-fast charging, this smartphone can get a 10% charge in 1 minute and 100% in 19 minutes. If the iQOO 10 Pro reaches the 200W level, it will take time to fully charge the battery. This will obviously be the fastest charging smartphone in the industry.

In addition, not long ago, a new Xiaomi phone with model number 2206122SC entered the Internet. This phone is an upgraded version of Xiaomi 12 Pro and is expected to be named Xiaomi Mi 12S Pro. The charger model is MDY-12-ED, which supports 120W fast charging. Also connected to the network is the Xiaomi 12 Ultra, which supports 67W fast charging. That is to say, the fast charging specifications of the Xiaomi 12S Pro are better than those of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra.

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