Next Xiaomi Redmi Note Series Tipped to Feature 100W Fast Charging

The company recently showcased its 200W charging solution, which can charge a 4,000mAh battery to 50 percent in just 3 minutes.

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Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G China

Xiaomi’s Redmi launched the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G smartphone last month in China. The Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G is the first-ever Redmi Note series device to offer 67W fast charging support. Now, a fresh leak suggests that Xiaomi might offer even faster charging with Redmi Note series devices in the future. This could be a great deal considering the Redmi Note is the company’s mid-range lineup. The tip comes via a reliable tipster, Digital Chat station. Digital Chat Station took it to Weibo to share the piece of news. As per him, an upcoming Redmi Note series device will democratize 100W fast charging.

Xiaomi offered 120W fast-charging support on a handset – Mi 10 Ultra back in 2020. As the 100W fast-charging solutions come to mid-range handsets, we can expect the company to incorporate 200W fast charing on one of the flagship handsets in the coming years. To recall, the company recently showcased its 200W charging solution, which can charge a 4,000mAh battery to 50 percent in 3 minutes, and 100 percent in 8 minutes.

We don’t know when will we see a Redmi Note device with 100W fast charging in India since the Note 10 Pro 5G is not yet launched in India. However, the handset is rumoured to launch as POCO X3 GT in India, and it has already cleared FCC, and SIRIM certifications. As of now, Xiaomi offers 33W fast charging solution with the Note 10 series devices in India. In fact, all the mid-range Xiaomi devices including the recently launched Mi 11 Lite support 33W fast charging.

While Xiaomi might launch a Redmi Note series device with 100W fast charging in China, Xiaomi users in India will look forward to  67W fast charging solution in mid-range handsets from the company. What do you think of a 100W fast charging on a mid-range Redmi Note handset? Do let us know in the comments below.

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