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Xiaomi launched the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra in August 2020 as their first phone with a 120W fast charging technology. Recent reports claim Xiaomi has unveiled 200W HyperCharge rapid charging technology, which claims to charge a 4,000mAh battery in less than 8 minutes.
Furthermore, the business has created 120W wireless rapid charging technology, which promises to fully charge a smartphone with the same battery capacity in 15 minutes. The business introduced 120W fast charging technology before introducing the 200W HyperCharge fast charging technology.
The introduction of the 200W HyperCharge fast charging technology follows the company’s introduction of 120W fast charging with the Mi 10 Ultra and 80W wireless fast charging technology last year. This makes Xiaomi the first OEM to provide 200W fast charging, the highest ever for a smartphone.
The Chinese tech behemoth announced the introduction of 200W Hyper Charge fast charging and 120W wireless fast charging technology on Twitter. Xiaomi released a video illustrating how quickly a smartphone with a 4,000mAh battery can be charged using the new wired and wireless technologies.
According to the video, it only takes 44 seconds to charge the phone to 10%, 3 minutes to charge it to 50%, and less than 8 minutes to fully charge the phone using wired fast charging technology. Moreover, Oppo presently has its 125W Flash Charge in the wired charging sector, which claims to completely charge a 4,000mAh battery in 20 minutes. The same charging speeds are provided by Realme’s 125W UltraDART.
Xiaomi also demonstrated its 120W wireless fast charging capabilities in the video, as previously stated. The business tests its wired and wireless rapid charging technology on a custom-built Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro smartphone. According to the video, the Mi 11 Pro with a 4,000mAh battery charges to 10% in less than a minute, 50% in 7 minutes, and completely charged in 15 minutes.
While Xiaomi has unveiled these two potential wired and wireless technologies, it has not said when they will be used in market-ready goods or which phones would be the first to receive them. However, its inclusion in forthcoming flagship models is to be expected.