Xiaomi surprised the world by commercially launching a smartphone with 120W wired charging. And now the Chinese manufacturer seems to have a focus on surprising wireless charging speeds.
Xiaomi prepares to launch smartphones with 67W wireless charging
Thanks to the discovery of “kacskrz”, a member of XDA-Developers, it is known that Xiaomi will be preparing two smartphones with the fastest wireless charging ever seen on the market. The numbers point to 67W.
The line of code was discovered in the Chinese beta version of MIUI 12.5 and the reference is straightforward: “keyguard_wireless_strong_charge_67w.”. Two devices will be connected to this with the code names “star” and “mars”.
Although there is no such confirmation, it is credible that these two devices are variants of the same device. It is also described that said terminals will be equipped with the Snapdragon 888 processor.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra are possibility
Remember that the Xiaomi Mi 11 has the code name “venus”, so these two devices can be its Pro and Ultra versions. This same idea was suggested by the leaker Digital Chat Station, responsible for many leaks.
The truth is that enjoying this kind of speed in wireless charging is something of a dream for enthusiasts of this form of charging. However, Xiaomi will have to be aware of possible problems of overheating and battery degradation inherent in such speed.
It remains to be seen whether this technology will reach these devices globally. Recall that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra came with charging with 120W wires, but only in China. In the coming weeks more details on this subject will certainly be released.
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