Xiaomi continues to surprise with the evolution of its HyperCharge, which has already been certified up to 210 watts with a full charge in… Less than 8 minutes!
already reached the zenith in the technological evolution of lithium batteriesmany manufacturers like Xiaomi have tied the blanket to the head with hyper-fast charges of superlative powerstesting innovations that the giant of Haidian had already taught us before and that they promise to charge smartphones in less than 10 minutesthough with all the doubts of the Government of China Y compromising durability of the battery itself.
It’s been months since first prototypes of HyperChargewhich is the name of Xiaomi’s invention, and as our colleagues from GizChina it seems that the engineers led by Lei Jun are now very more prepared to bring a smartphone with ultra-fast charging to the market of -a lot of eye to the data- some 210 watts of powernothing less…
And it is that the race never stopsand in all this time of prototypes and development Xiaomi had been ahead of the signature gaming from vivo, called IQOO and well known in China, daring with the first smartphone to have a charge of up to 200 watts initially promised by Xiaomi, which now wants to respond to the latter flagship iQOO 10 Pro with a HyperCharge 210 watts.
Xiaomi manages to certify its ‘HyperCharge’ at powers of up to 210 watts, which brings us closer than ever to an ultra-fast cable charging technology that could return us to 100% of the battery in less than 8 minutes.
always on the basis of Xiaomi 11Ultrawhich was going to arrive with a 200-watt load but finally lowered its expectations to take care of the battery, the Haidian giant has tested its new HyperCharge up to 210 W with full successmanaging to fully charge from 0% to 100% its generous battery of 5,000 mAh in less than 8 minutes.
The figures are spectacular, there is no doubt, and besides this time Xiaomi already has the relevant certifications in China to put this technology on the market, which It brings us much closer than we thought in a commercial format and with a global expansion.
And in case you were wondering what the hell do those 210 watts respond to with a strange and little round figure, we assume that on the one hand Xiaomi wants to take the fastest charging award of the market, also calculating the right time to stay slightly under 8 minutes and be able to advertise it as such.
We will see if this new technology already enters the Xiaomi 13 which we will see presumably at the end of December or the beginning of January, because it is very interesting… Don’t you think?