Fully Charge A Cell Phone Battery In 8 Minutes? This Is How This New Xiaomi Technology Works

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Hypercharge 120W wirelessly and 200W via cable

The Chinese technology manufacturer Xiaomi this week showed its new fast-charging solutions for smartphones that it currently works on, which go up to 120W wirelessly and 200W via cable, which could fully charge a phone battery in just eight minutes.

HyperCharge, as Xiaomi’s new generation fast charging technology was called, has been put to the test with a custom version of the brand’s Mi 11 Pro, with which it has achieved the world record for both wired and wireless charging, as stated by the company itself on its Twitter account.

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Through the use of 200W wired charging, a phone’s 4,000 mAh battery is fully charged in just eight minutes, while charging 10% of the battery would take just 44 seconds.

For its part, the 120W HyperCharge wireless charging technology is capable of fully recharging the 4,000 mAh battery of a phone in just 15 minutes, which according to the company also represents a world record in terms of traditional charging systems.

Additionally, Xiaomi’s 120W wireless charging allows obtaining 10% of the total capacity in just one minute, while half the battery is recharged after seven minutes.

These developments are known just a week after the Chinese firm confirmed that it has been formally removed from the “blacklist” of companies with which US citizens and companies cannot do business.

This was confirmed after the Court of the District of Columbia (United States) annulled the designation of the Chinese firm as a “Chinese communist military company”, an accusation that gained relevance while former President Donald Trump served as his mandate.

The final order, issued on Tuesday, “annuls Xiaomi’s US Department of Defense designation as a Chinese Communist Military Company (CCMC),” the company reported.

The Chinese manufacturer decided to file a lawsuit against the decision that included it among the companies on the ‘black list’ and that last March the US Justice suspended in a precautionary way the inclusion of Xiaomi in said list.

It increases 143% its dispatches in Colombia

The technology company also recently announced that it achieved 143% annual growth in smartphone shipments during the first quarter of 2021, ranking first in this market segment in Colombia, according to a recent report by analytics firm Canalys.

Additionally, Xiaomi was placed in the top 3 of the Latin American market for the first time, registering the highest annual growth among the main players in the region (162%).

Natalia Henao, retail head manager of Xiaomi Colombia, assured that the results of the report in the country “ratify the great reception by Colombian users since they arrived in the country in 2018.”

Finally, the company took advantage of last week to confirm that it will participate in a virtual way in the edition of Mobile World Congress 2021 (MWC 2021) in Barcelona, ​​which will be held from June 28 to July 1, due to the health situation of the pandemic of the coronavirus.

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A pedestrian wearing a protective mask walks past a logo atop a Xiaomi Corp. flagship store in Shanghai, China, on Friday, Jan. 15, 2021. Xiaomi plunged 11% after the Trump administration blacklisted Chinas No. 2 smartphone maker and 10 other companies, broadening efforts to undercut the expansion of the country’s technology sector. Photographer: Qilai Shen / Bloomberg via Getty Images

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The company informed in a statement sent to Europa Press of its decision not to be present at the technology fair to “ensure the health and safety” of all its employees, customers, partners, and the media.

“Xiaomi has decided to participate only in a virtual way in MWC 2021. Despite the very complicated situation in which we live, the company will continue to strengthen its presence and actively collaborate with the entire sector to support the global technology community”, ensures in the statement.

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