Always more watts, always more speed! Voluminous, but powerful, very powerful, the new 120 W charger from Xiaomi has gone into mass producti...
Always more watts, always more speed!
Voluminous, but powerful, very powerful, the new 120 W charger from Xiaomi has gone into mass production. It will allow to carry the Super Charge Turbo, the new charge of the Chinese manufacturer, on one of its next smartphones. With record times in sight!
Xiaomi's new 120-watt charger promises to take fast charging to a new dimension through the future Super Charge Turbo protocol, which the firm is soon to introduce on its smartphones. Visibly entering mass production, the charger received 3C quality certification last week, reports Sparrows News (via MySmartPrice), and could be used on the Xiaomi MIX or Xiaomi Mi 10 ranges.
Note that if the charger goes up to 120 watts, the Super Charge Turbo charger will actually only use 100 watts. This is more than enough firepower to make it the fastest charger on the market.
A 4000 mah battery fully charged in 17 minutes
And for good reason, according to an official demonstration video unveiled last year by Xiaomi, this new power would allow a 4000 mAh battery to be fully recharged in just 17 minutes. An already appreciable speed, which could have been optimized in the meantime. According to previous rumours, this next charging protocol could be on the market by the end of the year.
Stamped with the MDY-12-ED identifier, Xiaomi's 120-watt charger benefits for the rest from rather imposing specifications (20Vdc, 6A max, in particular).
Beyond batteries with increasingly generous autonomy on smartphones, the development of chargers and faster recharging protocols can bring a concrete solution to the user. A smartphone capable of lasting a full day on battery power will soon be able to be fully recharged in less than 20 minutes thanks to technologies such as those of Xiaomi, much better than the record 38 minutes of Oppo's Find X2 Pro... which nevertheless promised a full recharge in 15 minutes by 2021 thanks to its SuperVOOC 3.0 technology.