Xiaomi introduces 30W wireless charging, set for Mi 9 Pro 5G

Xiaomi Mi Charge Turbo- Charging Graph

Xiaomi has announced its upcoming wireless charging technology called Mi Charge Turbo, boasting of 30W wireless charging capability. Known as "Mi Charge Turbo", the new charging technology should reach the consumer with the release of the Mi 9 Pro 5G.

The Mi Charge Turbo charge tech will also support fast reverse wireless charging. Xiaomi also says the new technology is now a much more attractive option and faster than wired charging.

Other than these differences, you still get the same experience and functionality such as Qi wireless charging, a full-sized USB output port, and a USB Type-C port that doubles as both input and output port.

Xiaomi Mi Charger Turbo 30W

The technology uses a 5-layer nanocrystal receiver coil with a conversion efficiency of 98%.

It is estimated that there will be 1 billion wireless charging receivers and 400 million transmitters by 2020, and the numbers might nearly double in 2025, the WPC estimated. In order to charge such a battery from 0 to 100-percent, it'll take you 69 minutes. It is rumoured to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855‌ Plus SoC and have up to 12GB of‌‌ RAM and up to 512GB of storage.‌ According to the TENAA listing, the phone is sticking with the 6.39-inch FullHD‌‌‌ AMOLED‌ display that was found on the Mi 9. Various wireless charging accessories such as the Mi Wireless Power Bank and Mi Wireless Car Charger are also gaining popularity. The consortium was formed with a view to "further expand and integrate wireless charging into everyday life scenarios". It's forming a wireless charging alliance to standardize things. In comparison, the previous best by Xiaomi - Mi 9, which went to 20W - only charged 30 per cent of its 3,300mAh battery in 30 minutes, GSMArena reported on Monday. From a wireless charging stand to a wireless charging sofa and bedside table, the company is aiming to provide a comprehensive charging experience for all consumers.

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