Xiaomi presents the 200W fast charge that recharges the cell phone in 8 minutes

The Chinese Tech Manufacturer Xiaomi has shown its new fast charging solutions for cell phones in which it is currently working, which go up to 120W wirelessly and 200W via cable, and with the latter it is capable of fully charging the battery in eight minutes.

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

Through the use of the 200W wired charging, the 4,000 mAh battery charges 100% in just eight minutes. 10% charge is reached after 44 seconds, while half capacity is achieved in three minutes.

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For its part, the technology of 120W HyperCharge wireless charging Xiaomi is capable of fully recharging a battery of 4,000 mAh in 15 minutes, or that according to the company also represents a world record.

Xiaomi’s 120W wireless charging allows you to get 10% of the total capacity in just one minute, while half the battery recharges after seven minutes.

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