ByLinky Johnson 2019-03-29 1068
In this 39-second video, compared with an Oppo mobile phone, Xiaomi’s mobile phone is charged at 100W power with the phone on for the 4000 mAh battery, while the most common Oppo mobile phone is charged at 50W power with the phone off. At the end of the video, Xiaomi is filled up in 17 minutes, while Oppo is only charged to 65%.
When the battery can not be developed, the fast charging becomes a way to reduce charging costs. Starting with the 20W power flash charging of the Oppo, it has been speeding up in recent years. 50W is actually the most advanced standard in the industry, while 100W can be said to be a big step up.
At present, the notebook chargers are generally around 60W-80W. Xiaomi 9 mobile phone can be charged at 20W power. If 100W cable fast charging is commercially available, Xiaomi will be able to charge both wired and wireless in the fastest way.
Of course, under Lin Bin's micro-blog, there are also Xiaomi engineers who admit, "In order to be safe and efficient, the charger will be bigger. Can you accept it? PS: Prices will be higher too."
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