While smartphone batteries remain unpleasantly "skinny" and energy consumption by gadgets is only growing, all hope is in high-speed chargers. Xiaomi has made a curious data leak - on the Weibo account of Lu Weibing, general manager of the Xiaomi Redmi sub-brand, a comparison test of two charges is shown. The first, Oppo 50W SuperVOOC, is almost a third behind the new unknown device from Xiaomi in charging speed.
Oppo's SuperVOOC 50W charger is officially the fastest charger in its class on the market today. In the video, it is connected to a smartphone with a 3700 mAh battery and shows the expected charging speed parameters. The new device from Xiaomi with a power of 100W is connected to a smartphone with a larger battery, 4000 mAh.
The charging speed of the brainchild of Xiaomi is noticeably higher - 50% of the capacity is already recruited in 7 minutes, and the full charge accumulates in the 17th minute. A smartphone with SuperVOOC 50W has only 65% charge at this time. Considering that SuperVOOC technology on average guarantees charging times of less than half an hour, and most typical charges are 1-2 hours, the Xiaomi figure can be called revolutionary.
According to Lu Weibing's comments, this is no longer a concept, but a ready-made technology that is being secretly prepared for mass production. Probably as one of the new options for the future flagship smartphone model Xiaomi or Redmi, for an additional advantage over the competition.