Xiaomi calls this new charging technology as Mi Charge Turbo and will debut on the upcoming Mi 9 Pro 5G. As for hardware, Xiaomi has announced two wireless charging accessories that are Qi wireless standard compliant that will offer 30W and 20W power output.
At the event, Xiaomi also confirmed that it's working on a 40W wireless charging system but shared no details on how it plans to achieve it. Xiaomi also says the new technology is now a much more attractive option and faster than wired charging.
The new fast charging technology uses an efficient 4:1 direct charging architecture to provide up to 30W wireless charging.More news: Turkey says Washington is stalling on Syria 'safe zone'
When it comes to Fast Charging in smartphones, we have seen that every year, we get a new technology that improves the charging speed.
The 30W Fan-cooled Wireless Charging Stand sports an ergonomic design, which allows for optimal viewing and operating while charging wirelessly.
A full charge on the same size is achieved in 69 minutes. This charger also supports ultra-high power wireless reverse charging.More news: Hurricane Dorian washes up cocaine bricks on Florida beaches
Moreover, it will feature 40W Fast Wired Charging as well. Our own testing shows Huawei's Mate 20 Pro delivers reverse wireless charging of between 2.5W and 3W, while Samsung's effort charges devices at 3.5W to 4W.
In the meantime, Xiaomi, along with its smart home brand MiJia, has teamed up with several industry leaders to form a wireless charging alliance. The first handset from Xiaomi to support this is going to be the Mi 9 Pro 5G, Xiaomi announced on Weibo. One such is the heat, which is not ideal for the battery or the device, and could potentially lead to issues over time.More news: United Kingdom opposition rages at Johnson after he suspends Parliament
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