Xiaomi launched its first smartphone in August 2011 and quickly gained market share in China, becoming the most prominent smartphone company in China in 2014. At the beginning of the second quarter of 2018, Xiaomi became the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer. The largest market is China, the second-largest in India. Since then, Xiaomi has developed a wide range of consumer electronics products, including the smart home (IoT) ecosystem that connects over 100 million smart devices to their devices. MIUI Monthly Active Users (MAU) increased to 291.6 million in September 2019.
Anyone like me who unplugs the charger from an accessible outlet for a few minutes to prevent the phone from turning off will be crazy about Xiaomi’s new charging technology. The company claims that a new charger called HyperCharge has broken world records for wired and wireless charging.
Xiaomi announced the new HyperCharge downloader in a video posted on social media on Monday. This video shows the company-tuned Mi 11 Pro with a 4000mAh battery that can be fully charged in just 8 minutes using the Xiaomi 200W charger. According to Xiaomi, the phone should charge up to 10% in 44 seconds and up to 50% in 3 minutes.
Then, within 15 minutes, Xiaomi charges the dedicated Mi 11 Pro wirelessly using the same 120W battery and charger. The company claims to be charged 10% for 1 minute and 50% for 7 minutes.
Xiaomi employs 18,170 people worldwide. It has expanded to other markets, including China, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Russia, South Africa, Southeast Asia, and most European countries and regions. Xiaomi’s mobile services reached 125 million units in 2019, making it the fourth largest in the world since 2018. The company has been listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 2018.
If true, Xiaomi’s new cable speed will surpass OPPO’s flash charging technology. Last year, OPPO released a 125W charger with this technology, called the latest “innovation” in the mobile phone industry. Xiaomi and OPPO have clashed with each other in smartphone charging competitions in recent years. According to developer XDA, Xiaomi is once again in the lead.
This achievement is undoubtedly outstanding, but don’t worry too much. XDA developers say HyperCharge is not ready for commercialization (remember, Xiaomi does not currently sell phones in the US). Although Xiaomi may want to show off its charging capabilities, it doesn’t necessarily offer the fastest phone Charging device.
This super-fast charging technology is commonly provided to some phone manufacturers via chargers and cables and won’t be around soon. Best solution: Buy a phone with a good battery rather than wasting
time looking for a charger.