Fierce competition in the world of smartphones, of course, favors the rapid development of the industry. Companies are trying to make some of their features better to be one step ahead in this field. Xiaomi, one of the important players in the industry, is taking fast charging to a whole new level.
Xiaomi charges a 4000mAh battery in 8 minutes with 210W fast charging
The problem of fast charging smartphones continues to grow with great momentum in recent years. Especially Chinese manufacturers continue to work as pioneers in this regard. So much so that while I looked at 50W fast chargers in wonder until two years ago, the point reached is pushing the boundaries.
Lately, we’ve gotten used to seeing fast chargers like 120W and 150W. So much so that the OnePlus 10T recently announced that it will offer 150W fast charging support. On the other hand, the iQOO, which promises 200W fast charging, seemed to be the fastest in the field for now. But Xiaomi takes the flag.
Xiaomi comes to lead the industry with 210W fast charging. The company conducted a series of tests with the Xiaomi 11 Ultra. The model, which has a 4000 mAh battery, was charged from 0 to 100 in 8 minutes with Xiaomi 210W fast charging. This is the fastest result ever achieved.
On the other hand, the negative effect of the battery is thought provoking.
While the reduction in charging time is a positive development for consumers, there are concerns about battery health. The batteries used in smartphones today are not yet up to par to support such fast charging. So much so that Xiaomi says fast chargers of 125W and above will cause smartphone batteries to degrade by 20 percent within two years..