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Xiaomi Showcases Its First 100W Super Fast Charging Demo On A 4000mAh Battery – Gets Full In 17 Minutes

Fast charging is a feature which almost every modern smartphone has. The technologies regarding charging and batteries have crossed boundaries ever since. With modern smartphones coming in with even bigger batteries, the time required to shorten the charging period is definitely the centre of attention. Today Xiaomi has showcased the world’s first 100W fast charging demo on a 4000 mAh battery.

The demo showcased a couple of devices with connected to a power source together. A Xiaomi phone connected to a 100W power source and another device with a 3700 mAh battery connected to a 50W power source. The Xiaomi smartphone achieves a full charge in a matter of minutes, 17 to be exact while the other phone manages to fill up 65% of the tank.

Xiaomi was one of the very few innovators to promote quick charge technologies as things went on and was the first to include a 20W wireless charger with its flagship devices. With the successful of this experiment under optimized conditions we could expect Xiaomi to take initiative and introduce top of the line quick charging technologies in their upcoming smartphones.

Xiaomi's engineers have created a 100W fast charging solution, which can fully charge a large 4000mAh battery in just 17 minutes! Check out the demo and tell us what you think!

Posted by Xiang Wang on Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Having about a 100W of power at disposal definitely comes with its fair share of hurdles and would create a massive amount of heat which unless tackled to perfection can cause serious issues. After what happened with Samsung in this department, Xiaomi would want to step up their quality control regarding the matter just to be on the safe side.

This experiment also confirms that the future is bright when we consider the fact that slow charging has been a pain since ages. Super fast turbocharging could be around the corner and with that, we could expect even bigger battery sizes on modern smartphones. For now, all we can do is hope that Xiaomi implements this technology soon in their products. Exploiting this aspect of the smartphone market would certainly cater a massive audience since the issue is extremely vast. This would also act as a driving force for Xiaomi’s market shares in Europe.

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