Xiaomi Will Mass Produce 200W Fast Charging Phones In 2022

In the past two years, Xiaomi has been working on fast charging technologies very actively. So it managed to break the world record many times. At the moment, the 120W fast charging of its mass-produced models is still the world’s top charging technology.

Xiaomi did not stop. In May of this year, they officially announced a modified version of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, breaking two world records for fast charging.

Among them, the wired charging power has reached 200W, and it only takes 8 minutes to charge 100%, bringing wired charging into the 10-minute era for the first time. At the same time, it also achieves 120W ultra-fast wireless flash charging, which can charge 100% in 15 minutes. Also, the wireless charging broke the one-hundred-watt mark for the first time, even surpassing the wired fast charging speed of many top flagships.

At that time, Xiaomi did not disclose the mass production time of these two fast chargers. Recently, some bloggers reported that Xiaomi has plans for this technology. Among them, the 200W-class wired fast charge will debut around June next year. Thus, there is every reason to think the first 200W wired fast charging task may be completed by the top model of the Xiaomi Mi 12, which may be named the Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra.

Xiaomi 200W fast charging technology

It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi officially introduced the safety of the technology before. The official said that the new fast charging technology involves up to 40 safe and active protective measures from the charger end to the motherboard and the battery end. These protective measures are mainly from the four dimensions of charging temperature, charging voltage, and charging current. At the same time, Xiaomi also supports multiple heat dissipation technologies.

Lastly, Xiaomi has also customized a 10C super-fast charging chemical system for 200W, which protects the battery materials to the extreme. The battery energy maintains more than 80% after 800 cycles, far exceeding the national battery life standard of 60% after 400 cycles.


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