Xiaomi Announces 200W Wired Charging Tech Which Can Charge a 4000mAh Battery in Just 8 Minutes

Let’s take a look at the new Xiaomi HyperCharge tech announced today.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 11, Xiaomi Mi 11i, Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite
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Xiaomi has unveiled its fastest-ever charging solution. The company has announced its HyperCharge tech, which is currently the fastest in the industry. Xiaomi claims that its new fast-charging solution can charge a device from zero to 100 per cent within eight minutes. The charging tech can also wirelessly charge a device at 120W within 15 minutes. It showed a demo of its charging solution using a custom-built Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. The device has a 4000 mAh battery that is claimed to charge within eight minutes using wired charging. Let’s take a look at the new Xiaomi  HyperCharge tech announced today.

Xiaomi HyperCharge tech unveiled

Xiaomi has unveiled its new HyperCharge tech for smartphones. The charging solution can charge a 4000 mAh battery within 8 minutes.

The company demoed its fast charging solution using a custom-built Mi 11 Pro. The device has a 4000 mAh battery which was charged from zero to 50 per cent in three minutes. It also claims that the super-fast charging tech charges the device completely within eight minutes using the wired charging solution. HyperCharge can also wirelessly charge a device at 120W. The company claims that the new charging solution can charge a 4000 mAh battery within 15 minutes. 

There is no word on the commercial release on the new charging tech. The company had previously unveiled a 120W wired and 80W wireless charging solution. However, we are yet to see a commercially available compatible smartphone with charging speeds. The Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, and a few other Redmi K40 series smartphones come with support for 67W wired fast charging support. 

Unveiling the fast charging solution does not necessarily mean that Xiaomi will launch a device with a 200W charging support. A lot many factors like safety, thermal management, certification, etc., come into play before making the product commercially available in a country. Even if the company does unveil its new HyperCharge tech, we can expect it to see on premium smartphones later this year or early next year.

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