Report: Xiaomi’s 200W HyperCharge to begin mass production next year

22 July 2021
The charging technology may make its commercial debut on the Xiaomi ‘Mi 12 Ultra’.

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Am I the only one who is satisfied with 18W charging in Htc u ultra? xD

  • blue.sun

Aierlan, 22 Jul 2021Well, Xiaomi, Huawei and Oppo are supposedly already jointl... moreGreat... and useless, considering what I have written before (and you are not able to understand).
And by the way, a standard already exists - Power Delivery. Only it is already also outdated, since it is rated up to 100 W and here we have much more. OK, they create a new one, which will be beaten in next two years, and they will have to create another one... and another...
So much for the standards.
Still don't get it? Then no one can help you.

  • Realcoolgill

Anonymous, 22 Jul 20218 minutes to be exact. So basically no waiting around for t... more1 cycle of 200W charging is akin to lighting 2 x 100W bulbs for 15 minutes add to it the number of mobiles being charged per day ..... Enough electricity lost that could have helped mankind come out of the digital darkness ....

blue.sun, 22 Jul 2021This pure theory doesn't work in real life. Yes, it wa... moreWell, Xiaomi, Huawei and Oppo are supposedly already jointly working on a unified standard at least for the Chinese market. Whether or not it will actually come to fruition time will tell

  • blue.sun

Kriegsherr, 22 Jul 2021CLAIM and REALITY are two different stuff. every company cl... moreAnd you have some data to back your opinion? Guess... you don't.

  • blue.sun

Aierlan, 22 Jul 2021The same chargers would work for multiple brands. Component... moreThis pure theory doesn't work in real life. Yes, it was possible in times, where no fast charging was used, but not today. With every new model, or new generation of chipsets, the charging power goes up, so the chargers have to follow. No matter how "unifying" you try to be, every new technology means new chargers.
What you ask for is stagnation, that's unacceptable. Even now you can use chargers throughout the brands and models, they just don't work at full power. Why would (for example) Samsung produce a charger capable of 200 W, if they only use 50 W? With your idea the Samsung charger would get more expensive, not cheaper.

I wonder if the Mi 12 Ultra will have the same graphene-enhanced battery as in the Mi 10 Ultra. I also would love to see how hot the battery will be with a 200W charging rate. The Mi 10 Ultra's 120W charging is already too hot in the first place, imagine the battery temperature at 200W.

i've never worried about charging since i had Oppo smartphone, SuperVOOC 65w is already plenty fast for me, i woke up in the morning charge my 10% battery and do my morning routines, about 30 minutes or so it's already charged and it'll last until tomorrow morning, nice. and this 200w is crazy, i'd love it even it's unnecessary.

  • Anonymous

kiasunkiasi, 22 Jul 2021they are pushing for crazy unwanted charging speed coz othe... moreAre you suggesting no one wants their phone to be recharged near instantaneously? We're not quite there yet but getting closer thanks to companies like Xiaomi.

  • Anonymous

Fanboy of All brands, 22 Jul 2021Interesting. I love a day's power in just 10 minutes 8 minutes to be exact. So basically no waiting around for the phone to be charged.

AnonD-999271, 22 Jul 2021OK, let's be honest. Half of the news nowadays are abo... morethey are pushing for crazy unwanted charging speed coz other aspects in mobile phone are hitting a plateau?

  • AnonD-999271

OK, let's be honest. Half of the news nowadays are about 100W+ fast chargers which nobody asked for.
Just focus on increasing the battery capacity and improving the camera ffs.
All the tech news are about this gimmicky wattage war.

blue.sun, 22 Jul 2021It's already written there...CLAIM and REALITY are two different stuff. every company claims so unless some neutral research come up with new data, we should keep our expectation upto 70-75%.

  • fix

The wired 200w charger filled the battery in 8 minutes, wireless took 15 mins

blue.sun, 22 Jul 2021What would unified charging system influence? Oh yes, exact... moreThe same chargers would work for multiple brands. Components could be produced in bulk which would simply manufacturing and reduce costs. Chargers would be cheaper to produce. Older chargers could be used when switching brands or chargers could be shared if multiple brands are used in the same household. Also now third parties have to manufacture very specific components for each of the different charging systems which creates more e-waste

  • Anonymous

Aierlan, 22 Jul 2021Nah, it's not nonsense. my point is not about innovati... moreQualcomm quick charge and power delivery

  • blue.sun

Aierlan, 22 Jul 2021Nah, it's not nonsense. my point is not about innovati... moreWhat would unified charging system influence? Oh yes, exactly nothing. That's why it is a big nonsense.

blue.sun, 22 Jul 2021Nonsense, this would block development and slow it down. Nah, it's not nonsense. my point is not about innovation, but about sustainability and reduced costs. Didn't mention anything about slowing down development

God! I can't even sleep or take a break with my smartphone charging in 33watts from 1% to 100%... what else could have happen to me if i had a 200watts charger to be use to charge my smartphone everyday? Maybe i could suffer from insomnia & sleeplessness, and die off eventually from too much mobile gaming, hahaha!🤣😂😝🤪😜✌️

  • blue.sun

Aierlan, 22 Jul 2021For the interests of the environment and sustainability it ... moreNonsense, this would block development and slow it down.