Very little is missing from the presentation of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, which according to the latest rumors should be announced in the first days of February, and the advances related to the new flagship continue to flock, which apparently will have an eye for the battery and the charging technologies.
The next top of the Xiaomi range should be equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery and as reported by the Chinese leaker Digital Chat Station on Weibo, the well-known Chinese social network, two units should be used to make charging even faster. If the data were confirmed, it would be a growth of over 10% compared to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro battery, which should lead to a better autonomy than the already good one of last year's top range.
Total charging power of 200 watts?
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, never arrived on international markets, had an overall power of the charging systems of 185 watts distributed as follows: wired fast charging at 120 watts, wireless fast charging at 55 watts and reverse wireless charging at 10 watts. Apparently Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will do even better, thanks above all to an even more performing fast charge. In fact, there is talk of 120 watts of wired fast charging and 80 watts of wireless fast charging, to which the reverse wireless charging will be added which could remain stationary at 10 watts. The new flagship would therefore go beyond 200 watts of overall charging power, a truly impressive figure if we think that until a couple of years ago it was difficult to exceed 50 watts. Here is the 120 watt charger:
Meanwhile, Xiaomi has launched the second generation of its 120 watt charger in China, which may not be included in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro sales package in favor of a less performing model. At the moment it is possible to take advantage of the new charger only for charging Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which can be fully charged in just 23 minutes. The 120 watt charger is equipped with ten protection systems against short circuits, over currents, over voltages, excessive temperatures, undervoltages, static electricity, magnetic fields, lightning strikes, abnormal impedances, data line and more, to ensure maximum safety in all d 'use. Inside, the charger houses a chip for identifying connected devices and using the original data cable it can be used to charge smartphones, tablets and notebooks, a convenience for those traveling with many products with them.
The charger is on sale in China at a price of 299 yuan, about 38 euros at the current exchange rate. It is likely that on the occasion of the presentation of the global version of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro the charger for western markets will also be announced.
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