Xiaomi: Super Charge Turbo 100W in mass production

The challenge related to the best fast charge has been going on for several years and with no holds barred between the various companies. Xiaomi was the first to announce a 100W charging system but so far all we have had have been words and few facts.

A few hours after the OPPO announcement about a 125W charging system, we discovered (through unofficial leaked information) that the 100W Super Charge Turbo technology developed by Xiaomi has entered mass production.

With “mass production” we are probably referring to battery chargers (which are already shown on the video) and to the internal chips that allow you to control and address up to 100W (20V 5A) in the battery. However, we do not yet have a confirmation on which will be the first smartphone that will support it.

In the past, it has been often thought about the fact that it may be the phantom Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 even if, just like for this fast charging technology, until now we have only had words and nothing was done.

We can only see if Xiaomi has enough strength, capacity, and resources to be the first to arrive on the market with a 100-watt fast charge. It will be interesting to see how the company thought of solving the problem of safety and heat dissipation, to be kept away from the smartphone battery for safety reasons.

According to previously published information, the 100 W Super Charge Turbo only takes 17 minutes to fully charge a 4000 mAh battery. It will certainly be a very important leap forward but the degradation that such energy can cause to lithium-ion batteries must not be forgotten.

Waiting for new information on the 100W Super Charge Turbo, we want to remind you that the clumsy epic of Mi A3 has no end: Xiaomi sends a Mexican firmware update … to the Global variants.

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