Xiaomi outshines all smartphone manufacturers with new technology

Xiaomi Phone with New Technology
Xiaomi Phone with New Technology

Xiaomi is one of the most important companies when it comes to developing new technologies. The Chinese company dares to do things that no other manufacturer does.

Early on, Xiaomi focused on fast charging technologies for smartphones. Now it is said to have reached a new best mark that clearly surpasses the competition.

Xiaomi wants to charge smartphones with 210 watts

Currently, Xiaomi charges its smartphones with a maximum of 120 watts via cable. That is already extremely fast, but that is not enough for the Chinese company. Xiaomi already showed a 200-watt charging function in a video last year. Since then, we have been waiting for the new feature to be introduced.

Soon it might happen and the charging speed might even be a bit higher than previously known. This is because Xiaomi has developed a 210-watt power supply and received approval for it (source: Xiaomiui). A battery could thus be charged from 0 to 100 percent in under 8 minutes.

This is how fast Xiaomi smartphones will soon charge:

The Xiaomi 12T and Xiaomi 13 are two candidates for a possible use of the 210-watt charging technology, which should be introduced before the end of this year. Since the approval for the new power supply has already been carried out, one of the next smartphones could be equipped with it. The new technology is also coming to Europe because an EU version has also been approved.

Is the 210-watt power supply still included?

The biggest question will be whether the 210-watt power supply will still be included in future Xiaomi smartphones. After Apple and Samsung abandoned the power supply units in the scope of delivery, the Chinese smartphone manufacturers, who had previously insisted on leaving the power supply units in the scope of delivery, are now slowly following suit.

Since Xiaomi uses its own fast-charging technology, you will have to buy exactly this power adapter if you want to tap the smartphone’s full potential. You can also charge the phone with any other USB-C power adapter, but it will be much slower.



Lee
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