Xiaomi Revealed 120W Wireless And 200W Wired Charging Technology, Dubbed As HyperCharge

Xiaomi Revealed 120W Wireless And 200W Wired Charging Technology, Dubbed As HyperCharge

Xiaomi Revealed 120W Wireless And 200W Wired Charging Technology, Dubbed As HyperCharge

by May 31, 2021

In an innovative invention, the Chinese tech mogul has revealed a staggering 200W charging technology that it claims to charge a 4,000 mAh 0 to 100% in merely 8 minutes. Alongside this wired charging, the brand also unveiled a whopping 120W wireless charging that will charge the same capacity device in 15 minutes. In 2020, Xiaomi made it to the primetime tech news when it pulled off the veil from Mi 10 Ultra that sported 120W wired and 80W wireless charging. By this latest announcement, Xiaomi gained the tag of first OEM to develop this breakthrough technology.

The announcement was made through Xiaomi’s Twitter handle where it also attached a video to manifest its achievement. The video showcased a smartphone with a battery capacity of 4,000 mAh being charged using this advanced charging technology. In this astonishing development, the video revealed a 10% charge in just 44 seconds. The 50% charge will be completed in just under 3 minutes. The wired charging will take under 8 minutes to fully charge the device. Next in line with Xiaomi, Oppo and Realme stand with their high-speed 125W wired charging technology. Both the brands claim to charge the 4,000 mAh battery in a bit longer 20-minute time. Realme calls it UltraDart and Oppo has dubbed its 125W charging tech as Flash Charge.

In the video posted on Xiaomi’s Twitter handle, it also showcased its 120W wireless charging. The smartphone used in the video is a custom built Mi 11 Pro. In the demo for the wireless charging, the smartphone reached 10% in just under a minute. It took 7 minutes to charge up to 50 percent and it was fully charged in just 15 minutes.

HyperCharge Availability

The Twitter announcement from Xiaomi hasn’t revealed any dates when it will be seen in the products available for consumers. The Chinese tech giant hasn’t also mentioned anything about the debut device featuring these advanced wired and wireless charging. It is expected that the flagship devices are going to feature it very soon.