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    Xiaomi Fireworks with HyperCharge Technology - Unveiling of 200 Watt Wireless Charger and 120 Watt Wireless Charger
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    Battery technology - especially smartphone batteries - has not evolved much in recent years, and smartphone makers have tried to upgrade components that have more control over it, rather than focusing on the battery itself; And it is nothing but battery charging technology. This technology has advanced significantly in recent years and the acceleration of this technology has been so rapid that it will shock you. As the latest example of industry performance in this field, we can refer to Xiaomi's recent masterpiece. The Chinese company surprised everyone on Sunday, May 30, 2021 (June 9, 1400) by uploading a video of HyperCharge fast charging technology on its Twitter account.

     Xiaomi Fireworks with HyperCharge Technology - Unveiling of 200 Watt Wireless Charger and 120 Watt Wireless Charger

    Xiaomi, along with Oppo, Vivo and OnePlus, has made great efforts to move borders Have completed battery charging technology; An area that many reputable companies (such as Samsung) are still afraid to enter. Last year, for example, Oppo unveiled a 125-watt wired charger called the Flash Charge, which the manufacturer claims could reduce a 4,000 mAh battery from 0 to 41 percent in just 5 minutes.

    If not the first, it must be admitted that Xiaomi was one of the first brands to introduce 100-watt wired charging technology. It was in late November 2019 that Xiaomi unveiled at its developer conference a 100-watt charger with a new technology called Super Charge Turbo that could fully charge a 4,000 mAh battery in 17 minutes. In the next step, Xiaomi finally managed to increase the charger power of its phone to 120 watts with the production of the flagship Mi 10 Ultra. This charger fully charges the Mi 10 Ultra 4,500 mAh battery in 23 minutes. But the story goes on, and apparently Xiaomi intends to offer something more than that this time.

    https://mobiletony.com Xiaomi Fireworks with HyperCharge Technology - Unveiling of 200 Watt Wireless Charger and 120 Watt Wireless Charger

    You may have heard of HyperCharge before. The Black Shark brand (a subsidiary of Xiaomi) uses the same name to refer to battery charging technology in its gaming handsets. But Xiaomi has upgraded the technology, and according to the released video, the power of HyperCharge technology is now 200 watts in wired charging mode and reaches 120 watts when wireless charging. As such, Xiaomi now holds the record for the fastest smartphone battery charging technology. Of course, this technology has not yet reached the commercial stage.

    According to Xiaomi, using a 200-watt HyperCharge wired charger, a 4,000 mAh battery can be charged from 0 to 100 in just 8 minutes. Also, if HyperCharge 120 watt wireless charging technology is used for charging, the charging time will be up to 15 minutes. Now, it's not bad to go to Xiaomi's video.

    https://mobiletony.com Xiaomi Fireworks with HyperCharge Technology - Unveiling of 200 Watt Wireless Charger and 120 Watt Wireless Charger

    The smartphone used in the video uploaded to Xiaomi Twitter is actually a custom version of the Mi 11 Pro with a 4,000 mAh battery (the main battery of this The phone has a capacity of 5,000 mAh). According to the video, the battery is stored up to 50% in 3 minutes using a 200-watt wired charger, and it can be fully charged in less than 8 minutes. In this video, we see that the Mi 11 Pro's 4,000 mAh battery saves up to 10% in one minute and 50% in 7 minutes using a 120-watt wireless charger.

    It should be noted that Xiaomi has not yet commented on the implementation of these new technologies in its products. Theoretically, such a fast charging technology would normally generate a lot of heat, which could speed up the process of battery damage. Some tests performed on the battery charging process in the Mi 10 Ulta (with its 120-watt charger) show that after charging 0 to 100 batteries, a lot of heat is generated, which is very worrying.

    This charger operates just a few minutes faster than a 50-watt charger, which generates much less heat. This 120 watt charger seems to be more suitable for short-term charging and is not a good option for fully charging the battery. However, the issue of charge-generated heat generation in HyperCharge 200-watt charging technology will certainly be a bigger issue, and certainly if Xiaomi has a serious decision to commercialize it, it will have to find a solution.







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