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Xiaomi shares technical details of its 100W Super Charge Turbo tech

22 November 2019 0

Xiaomi has once again introduced its 100W fast-charging Super Charge Turbo technology, but this time with some technical details. Taking advantage of its own Developers Conference held in China, the company put out some more details for a clearer picture.

Xiaomi claims its 100W Super Charge Turbo technology is capable of charging a 4,000mAH battery to full capacity in just 17 minutes. Previous formal introductions have only told us about what the tech is capable of and most of the technical specifics were kept hidden, but now Xiaomi has opened further to let you make more familiar with its new tech.

Going by the details available on IndiaShopps, the Mi 100W Super Charge Turbo includes a high-voltage charge pump, 9-fold charge protection (of which (7-fold protection for the motherboard, 2-fold protection for the battery), an independent MCU which helps in reducing Deadlock and for secure charging. The 100W charger offers lower internal resistance, lower temperature, and faster-charging rate. According to the details, the Super Charge Turbo uses the ultra-secure protection software and hardware technology and a private encryption key design.

Again, it is unknown when the Super Charge Turbo is landing on the smartphones. We have been seeing Xiaomi throwing details on its fastest charging technology in chunks, so it is fair to believe that it will take another formal announcement for the company to share which of its products will gain this new tech. So, let’s just wait for more information to join.



Xiaomi shares technical details of its 100W Super Charge Turbo tech
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