Xiaomi 13 Ultra battery at 1% can last for one hour

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

In a few days, Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, will release its latest flagship device. Over the past few weeks, there have been a lot of reports about this device. This morning, Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun revealed that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra will come with the Surge P2 and Surge G1 chips. Also, he claims that the battery life of this device is far better than its predecessor. In addition to the chips, the mobile phones will support emergency long battery life mode. The company claims that with this mode, the mobile phone battery can last for 60 minutes when it is on its last 1% of the battery. With this feature, users can avoid being caught off guard by a sudden power failure.

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Xiaomi 13 Ultra is a decent upgrade

The Xiaomi 12S Ultra debuted the Surge G1 chip which has three distinct functions. The: battery health, accurate prediction, and battery life extension. This chip has the ability to monitor battery safety in real time at the millisecond level, achieve the most precise battery life prediction available, and greatly improve the battery life of mobile devices. The Surge P2 is a brand new chip. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra had the Surge P1 before, which achieved a single-cell 120W fast charge and made the 100W fast charge’s body smaller and slimmer.

Before its launch, there have been a couple of reports about the Surge P2 chip. Some of the reports claim that this chip can deliver super-100W single-cell and dual-cell solutions, such as 200W-level charging under a single cell.

It’s crucial to note that for many users, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s 67W fast charging last year was their biggest regret. To make up for this deficit, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra is going to update to a 100W rapid charge. This time, the device will use the help of the Surge P2 / Surge G1 chip.

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