Smartphone companies, of late, have been introducing super-fast charging technology. Xiaomi recently announced its first 200W wired-charging solution that can charge a 4,000 mAh battery in 8 minutes. Hong Kong-based Infinix Mobile could also be working on a super-fast charging solution. According to a new report, the company is working on a 160W fast charger. The XDA Developers report reveals a 160W fast charging adapter. It is possible that the company could be working on a smartphone that supports a significantly fast charging solution. Let’s take a look at more details on the Infinix 160W fast charger.
Infinix 160W fast charger
Infinix could be working on a smartphone that supports 160W fast charging. An alleged image of the company’s fast charger has leaked online. The XDA Developers report reveals an image of the charging adapter with the “Ultra Flash Charge” branding on it. It is likely to support 160W fast charging, according to the text on the adapter. The company could be working on a phone with a super-fast charging solution. It has launched multiple phones with 10W and 18W fast charging solutions.
There is a possibility that the Hong Kong-based smartphone company could be working on a mid-range or premium smartphone that supports ultra-fast charging tech. It is also possible that the charger could be for a more power-hungry device like a tablet or a laptop. The company is selling Windows laptops in Egypt, Indonesia, and Nigeria. However, these laptops do not have a dedicated GPU and are unlikely to require 160W fast charging support.
The likes of Xiaomi, Honor, etc., have been working on an ultra-fast charging solution. Xiaomi recently unveiled its 200W HyperCharge technology. However, the tech is still months away from being commercially available. The company’s Mi 11 Ultra supports 67W fast charging. Other smartphone giants like OnePlus and Vivo have also launched their devices with 65W and 66W fast charging solution.
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