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    Familiarity with the performance of Xiaomi HyperCharge 120 watt fast charging technology and its strengths and weaknesses

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    Fast charging technology is one of the main trends in the Chinese smartphone industry, and therefore, various news about new solutions in this regard are published from time to time. Xiaomi recently announced the launch of its new phone, the 11T Pro, this month, which supports 120-watt fast-charging technology called HyperCharge, but did not say how long it would take to fully charge. Of course, the Mi 10 Ultra, which launched last year, also supported 120-watt fast wired charging technology, so that the battery could be fully charged in 23 minutes. <b>Familiarity</b> with the <b>performance</b> of <b>Xiaomi</b> <b>HyperCharge</b> <b>120</b> <b>watt</b> <b>fast</b> <b>charging</b> <b>technology</b> and its <b>strengths</b> and weaknesses

    Users are usually skeptical about fast charging technologies And they have concerns about their negative effects on battery life. In addition, issues related to the safety of the device while charging are also considered by users. In this regard, Daniel Desjarlais, Head of International Communications and Xiaomi Global Spokesperson, gave an interview to The Verge website about the company's efforts in fast charging and what users outside of China should expect from the technology. Have raised issues. According to Dejarlys, Xiaomi's 120-watt fast-charging technology is like using two different inputs to fill a car's gas tank in two separate tanks, and is similar to the performance of other technologies offered in this area. has it. But here, instead of filling each tank at a certain slow speed, you can fill both at the same time. This process is also fully charged in the phone, and the 120-watt charger splits a single channel into two, three and four channels instead of trying to supply a maximum of 5 volts. In this way, everything can be increased and a current equal to 20 amps can be achieved to charge the device. <b>Familiarity</b> with the <b>performance</b> of the <b>Xiaomi</b> <b>HyperCharge</b> <b>120</b> <b>watt</b> <b>fast</b> <b>charging</b> <b>technology</b> and its <b>strengths</b> and weaknesses

    In terms of battery life, Dejarlis compares the new technology with other methods used in mobile phones. According to him, this method has been carefully tested and for this amount of charge with the batteries that Xiaomi has tested, after 800 charges, the battery will still be 80% healthy. From the point of view of Xiaomi's global spokesperson, at the moment this 20% reduction may seem undesirable, but the situation is the same with fully standard charging technologies. charging the phone 800 times takes almost two years for most people, so it seems acceptable.

    For comparison, it is better to know that Apple claims that the iPhone's lithium-ion battery can hold 80% of its capacity. Maintain your original at 500 full charge cycles. Therefore, if the Xiaomi test data is accurate, its battery life is compatible with normal performance and standard charging technologies. According to Dejarleys, the idea that slower chargers can increase battery life disproves the fact that there is a slight difference between the two methods. He suggests using fast charging technology for emergencies, and in common applications, using slower charging technologies will help battery health.


    He mentions thousands of tests in the field of device charging safety and user protection, and with reference to the 34 protective functions of the new phone battery, he has announced that he is confident enough before launching this product to the global markets. In addition, the head of Xiaomi's international communications department stressed that the company's new charging technology is designed with all safety in mind.

    However, can this claim to be standard and not damage the phone in Case of such a charge system fully accepted? For example, can smartphones that use the usual charging methods be thinner or can they hold larger batteries? According to Dejarleys, there are no negatives in this regard; Of course, the dimensions of the charger used in this technology are larger than average size. <b>Familiarity</b> with the <b>performance</b> of <b>Xiaomi</b> <b>HyperCharge</b> <b>120</b> <b>watt</b> <b>fast</b> <b>charging</b> <b>technology</b> and its <b>strengths</b> and weaknesses. It can charge a 4,000 mAh battery in 8 minutes. However, according to a company spokesman, whether the 200-watt charger as well as the company's concept of wireless wireless <b>charging</b> technology, called Mi Air Charge, remain in the idea, or reach production,

    Finally, the Xiaomi International Conference to Introduce the New 11T Series will be held on Wednesday, September 15 (September 24).

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