Xiaomi phones set a new record, fully charging the battery in just 8 minutes

Tram Ho

Xiaomi, the leading Chinese technology company, has just launched a 210 W charger. Tested on the Xiaomi 11 Ultra phone (using a 4,000 mAh battery), the new charging technology will fill the battery from 0% to 100%. in just… 8 minutes. This achievement of Xiaomi has broken the previous record of 200 W iQOO fast charging.

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Just imagine, within 8 minutes, a 4,000 mAh phone will be fully charged to 100%. This will definitely be a breakthrough in the user’s smartphone experience. Now, we will not need to plug the phone in all night or worry too much about the battery level of the device.

In 2021, Xiaomi introduced 200 W charging technology on the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. Test charging time is about 10 minutes. However, there is a downside to actual use, this charger causes the device to heat up too quickly, so it is forced to reduce the capacity to ensure safety. Up to now, after many tests, Xiaomi has overcome this weakness on 210 W charging technology.

One note is that the 8-minute charging time only applies to 4,000 mAh batteries. Larger batteries will certainly take longer. However, you should not be too hesitant when today’s most advanced phones only use batteries with a capacity of about 4,000 mAh, for example, the battery of iPhone 13 Pro Max is 4,352 mAh or Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 with an extremely large folding screen but also only uses a 4,270 mAh battery, similar to the battery on the predecessor model Galaxy Z Fold3.

Xiaomi said that the 210 W charging technology has been certified for safety and is ready to hit the market in the second half of 2022. The company has not revealed whether this charger will be included with the devices or not. However, according to rumors, the high-end Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Ultra phones are likely to be equipped. With other phones, customers will have to pay extra if they want to own a 210 W charger.

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Source : Genk