Xiaomi’s Redmi brand has so far been a success when we talk of the mid-range smartphones and has been setting sales records for the company. This is majorly due to the value-for-money offering and some interesting features usually found on premium phones.
According to a new report from Digital Chat Station on Weibo, the company wants to offer 100W charging support to the Redmi Note series smartphones. Currently, the highest charging support offered by the brand in this lineup is 67W.
The Redmi Note 10 Pro which was officially released last month is the first Redmi Note series to support a 67W fast charging technology. In addition to supporting 67W fast charging, the phone also comes with Dimensity 1100 chip as well as a 5000 mAh battery. Furthermore, this device adopts a flagship VC liquid cooling technology.
In addition, among Xiaomi’s mass-produced mobile phones, the fastest charging speed is the Black Shark 4 Pro’s 120W. A recent announcement from Xiaomi shows that the Mi 11 Pro can use 200W wired and 120W wireless charging.
According to reports, the 200W wired can charge 100% (4000mAh) in 8 minutes. It can also achieve 10% in 44 seconds, and 50% in 3 minutes. This is the first time that wired charging is entering the ten-minute full charge timeline. The 120W wireless can charge 100% (4000 mAh) in 15 minutes. Also, this is the first time that wireless charging is breaking the 100W mark.
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