Mobile phone batteries have touched their own and further growth is limited not only by the space within the case. It is also necessary to combine and find new materials that would enable possibly higher capacity on the same volume.
As a result, many manufacturers, at least those investing in research and development, have turned to speed up charging. The only currently available solution that helps enable better device autonomy.
Currently, average flagship devices come with chargers that charge the battery at around 65 watts, while the best ones go up to 100 or 120 watts in the Xiaomi.
Mid-range and low-end phones are still 40 or 33 watts, while the cheapest phones come with a charging speed of about 18 watts, and each of these charging speeds requires an adequate charger, which can deliver power to the battery at that speed. Do not damage the battery and the device or do so to a minimum.
Xiaomi has been supplying its best devices with 120-watt chargers for some time, even in the wireless version, and this will now accelerate by about 25% as the Chinese giant completes the first type of charger and charging technology at 150 watts. According to Chinese sources, research has long been completed and the charger and phones are in the final stages of development, so, if these sources are to be believed, 150 watts of fast charging is expected on the market soon.
The first thing that comes to mind is the Xiaomi Mix 5, which we have already read on the net, will be one of the most technologically advanced devices and will be one of those devices that is reshaping the entire industry.
The full battery in ten minutes
Given that the Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro models with a 5,000 mAh battery charge to the top in just 17 minutes, and the Xiaomi 12 Pro 4,600 mAh battery is three to five minutes faster with the same 120-watt charging technology, we could suppose the same 4,500 or 5,000 mAh battery will charge to the top in just ten minutes!
Of course, with this charging technology, Xiaomi will probably present new technologies for battery maintenance and charge control, and the company already has its own special chip within the device, which deals only with charging – Surge P1, specially designed to monitor and control battery charging. Xiaomi 12 series.
The year has just begun and this is excellent news, so we are waiting to see what Xiaomi has prepared for the next generation of charging!