Xiaomi unveiled their 200W HyperCharge technology earlier this year. Moreover, the company claimed back then that this would be the fastest charging solution in the industry at the moment. However, Xiaomi did not reveal anything about the commercial availability of the new fast charging tech.
According to a new report, the company is planning on making the new tech enter mass production in 2022. The Xiaomi 200W HyperCharge technology claims to charge a smartphone fully in just eight minutes. This is absurdly incredible, when one thinks about it. Additionally, the very same technology claims to fully charge a device with 4000mAh battery in just 15 minutes with 120W wireless charging support.
Now, a report by MyDrivers suggests that the brand is all set to begin the mass production of the new tech in H1 of 2022. This basically means that by June of 2022 we will most likely see the tech in mass production, going by the report. Moreover, we can expect to see the new 200W HyperCharge technology on Xiaomi’s new tier of flagships. This will most likely include the Mi 12 Ultra which may launch as a successor to the Mi 11 Ultra. The Mi 11 Ultra features 67W wired and wireless fast charging support.
Xiaomi 200W HyperCharge Tech: What Else?
Xiaomi came up with a demo for its latest 200W fast charging technology back in May of this year. Going by the demo, the fast charging tech was able to charge a 4000mAh battery up to 50 percent in just 3 minutes. Now, that is very impressive for sure. Moreover, it could charge a device fully in just 8 minutes. Additionally, the Xiaomi 200W HyperCharge tech can charge a 4000mAh battery wirelessly at 120W in just 15 minutes.
Now, the main question here is, won’t it negatively affect the battery of a device? Yes, it definitely will. In fact, Xiaomi themselves agreed to this. However, the kind of impact it will have on the device will be well within the industry protocols and standards, according to the brand. Additionally, they added that the overall battery life of the device will go down to 80 percent of its peak capacity. Moreover, this will occur after 800 charging and discharging cycles of the device.
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