Xiaomi 5G phone with 66W fast-charging certified

Yordan, 26 November 2019

Xiaomi has launched the Mi 9 Pro 5G back in September with 40W fast-charging and 30W wireless charging, but the company is now ready to top that. An upcoming phone by the Chinese maker was certified by CCC, confirming support for 11V/6A charging, which adds up to 66W - faster than any phone currently on the market.

Xiaomi certifies a 5G smartphone with 66W fast-charging

The phone is unlikely to be part of the Redmi K30 lineup since it was already certified last week with a 30W charger in of the box. Given the Mi Note 10 lineup is already out there selling in a Pro and non-Pro variant, the model numbers M2001J1E and M2001J1C are likely for the Mi 10 that usually arrives at the beginning of the calendar year.

Arriving with 66W fast-charging capabilities would be one-upping Oppo which is currently the company that offers the highest rate on the market. The Oppo Reno Ace supports 65W charging, bringing its 4,000 mAh battery from 0 to 100% in exactly 28 minutes.

Just don’t expect huge gains as we are already reaching the point of diminishing returns - the Reno Ace is just two minutes quicker than its twin brother Realme X2 Pro that uses the year-old 50W SuperVOOC standard. Still, the 66W charging is bound to be a big step up from Xiaomi's current charging speeds and even small gains are always welcome.



Reader comments

  • Raviraj
  • 29 Dec 2019
  • DkS

Its 5g or 4g phone

  • KingR
  • 27 Dec 2019
  • rJX

Forget Li- Fe , graphene..The future is solar ...No need for external charger be it wired /wireless. Gadgets with panels powered by solar, Wind and even human dynamics is what's in the store...Not just cool for the tech but the environment too in gre...

Noone at the moment but somewhere here was posted a topic about graphene batteries made by Samsung and they will be super costly. Flagship device with graphene batteries will cost more than Galaxy Fold.

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