Xiaomi charger charges the battery in just 19 minutes

Xiaomi charger charges the battery in just 19 minutes

Offered a company Chinese xiaomi fast wireless charger 80 watts is five times faster than Apple’s new 15 watt wireless charger with iPhone 12.

The new charger can charge the 4000 mAh battery of the Mi 10 Pro from 0 percent to 50 percent in 8 minutes, or charge it to 100 percent in just 19 minutes.

Xiaomi pointed through Post Via Chinese blogging site Weibo However, this beats any other wireless system as well as most wired charging systems.

And OPPO recently introduced a 65-watt (AirVOOC) system, so that it takes only 30 minutes to wirelessly charge a 4000 mAh battery, but it has not yet appeared in any commercial product.

Xiaomi currently has the fastest system you can buy in China with the Mi 10 Ultra, a 50-watt wireless charger that can fully charge the phone’s 4,500 mAh battery in 40 minutes.

Fast wireless charging is less popular outside of China, where companies such as Xiaomi and Huawei are competing to bring the fastest wireless charging.

And (OnePlus 8 Pro) brings the fastest option in the US with an optional 30-watt wireless charger that costs $ 70, takes 29 minutes to charge the phone 50 percent, and an hour to fully charge.

And given that the fastest wired chargers from major manufacturers are currently at 65W, the 80W wireless charger would be a big leap.

Xiaomi has not yet decided when the 80-watt wireless charger will be launched in the market, and the company states that wireless charging will soon replace wired charging.

The Chinese company published a video clip on its YouTube channel showing 80-watt wireless charging while working with the Mi 10 Pro.

The company stated that in the video clip, it used a Mi 10 Pro phone to display an 80-watt wireless charging speed.

The company has consistently released phones with higher wireless charging specifications than ever over the past two years, with the Mi 10 Ultra released just two months ago.

Xiaomi says: This is its third breakthrough in terms of wireless charging, as in March it demonstrated 40-watt wireless charging technology, and in May launched a 30-watt wireless charger.

In August, it released a phone (Mi 10 Ultra) with support for 50 watt wireless charging, and the phone also supports 120 watt wired charging.

In August it also launched a 55-watt wireless charger, and in September it released a 30-watt wireless charging power bank.

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