Xiaomi reveals new details of 200W fast charging technology for smartphones

As modern mobile phones become faster and more responsive, it still takes a long time to fully charge. Even if we have smartphone manufacturers like OnePlus or Oppo and their VOOCWARP stores, charging still takes 35-40 minutes. Together with Shoppok we will reveal the secret of a new charge from Xiaomi.

Smartphone manufacturers have been committed to developing new technologies to lead new trends or reshape the entire industry. One of the biggest advancements in smartphone charging has been made in the past few years. Companies are now breaking down barriers every year, which means that it only takes a few minutes to charge a large battery.

Over the years, wireless charging technology has also become more and more important. Xiaomi hopes to become one of the leading companies in the field of fast charging technology. The company introduced a new HyperCharge technology that

supports 200W fast charging cables. However, the company has other plans to revolutionize the industry through new voice charging technology.

Xiaomi is an OEM that currently offers up to 120W wired charging mobile phones, but now it claims that its successor will get them out of trouble in this regard, thanks to its latest HyperCharge unit, the power of this technology is up to 200W. The time required to install it on the wall can be significantly reduced.

The company’s official Twitter account aims to demonstrate the new development in combination with the Mi 11 Pro, which is adapted to use the new system. The 4,00mAh battery in this device was shown to charge from 0 to 50% in 3 minutes before proceeding to 100% in 5 minutes.

Those numbers exceed those linked to phones like the RedMagic 6 Pro. The RedMagic6Pro has a 120W variant rated to fully charge a 4,500mAh battery in 17 minutes.

Xiaomi also announced an in-place update to provide more advanced support for 80W wireless charging. The accessory has been updated to at least 120W, which obviously can charge the customized Mi 11 Pro to 50% in 7 minutes or to 100% in 15 minutes.

So these new specifications will be seen in Mi 12 series devices and future devices such as the following MiMix and MiMixFold. To reiterate, Xiaomi’s top-of-the-line wireless charging accessory rarely goes abroad in China. For example, a 20W accessory for a car is now perfect to find on Amazon.com. Hopefully, this will change with the release of this new HyperCharge system.

The Chinese giant has applied for a patent from CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Office), revealing some important details of the upcoming charging solution. The patent reveals some important details of this new technology. Obviously, Xiaomi is working on new technology.

In the next few years, it will use sound and other components to charge devices. In addition to sound charging, the patent also covers power storage systems and electronic devices.

Xiaomi audio charging technology

According to the patent publication, the audio charger includes “a sound collection device, a plurality of energy conversion devices, and an energy conversion device for converting environmental vibrations into mechanical vibrations”. Vibration in alternating current (AC). It is converted into a direct current (DC) by an energy converter.

The patent shows that this charging technology allows smartphones and other electronic devices to be charged without a power outlet. This is a new wireless charging technology that looks very promising.

Although there are patents, we suggest not waiting too long. After all, applying for a patent does not mean that Xiaomi will use this technology in the near future. In order for the company to be economically viable, many obstacles must be overcome. We will have to wait to see Xiaomi’s technology demonstration. Voice loading technology. This will happen in the next few months, but we don’t believe it.

Xiaomi introduced its 200W HyperCharge technology, but even this revolutionary technology may take more than a year to be applied to smartphones. Previously, the company had only one smartphone with 120W fast charging technology, so it may take several years. Perfect charging technology.

2021 and beyond

Xiaomi has officially demonstrated its new 200W fast charging technology ‘HyperCharge’, capable of fully charging a 4,000 mAh smartphone in just eight minutes.
This sounds too good to be true, but it is actually possible. You have implemented the new 200 W wired charging technology on the slightly modified Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro smartphone. In contrast, the OnePlus 9 Pro and some Oppo phones are the fastest chargers in India. The maximum power is 65W.

The demonstration, Xiaomi explains, was carried out with a modified Mi 11 Pro with a 4,000 mAh battery, to show off its ‘HyperCharge’ technology of 200W wired charging and 120W wireless charging. In this way, Xiaomi ensures that it sets new charging speed records: from 0 to 100% in 8 minutes of wired charging and 15 minutes of wireless charging.

It is not uncommon for Xiaomi to show important advances in fast charging technology, being one of the fields where it has had the most news in recent months. For example, the Mi 10 Ultra was the first smartphone with 120W fast charging, and shortly after it introduced the world’s fastest wireless charging at that time of 80W power.

Both technologies have now been far exceeded, and in fact, since last year it was said that in 2021 it would see the 200W fast charge arrive, which has now been fulfilled.

On the other hand, Xiaomi also has its wireless charging “over the air”, Mi Air Charge, shown earlier this year and with which it promises to completely get rid of cables and docks to charge devices, only being within the range of scope for power transmission.

Competitors of Motorola and OPPO appeared from this type of technology, and even Motorola has made it official that it will bring this possibility to its future smartphones.
Xiaomi has not shared details on whether or when its new HyperCharge charge will reach smartphones, but it makes sense to think that in the near future we will be able to see this technology on its devices.