The line of smartphones Xiaomi Mi 11 amazes with its innovations: the first smartphones with the Snapdragon 888 chipset under the hood (although the unannounced Black Shark 4 has already broken its record in AnTuTu) and Blink AI for high-quality night photography. All this led to the fact that in the first 5 minutes of sales (January 1st), Xiaomi managed to sell more than 500,000 smartphones from this line. Now we have learned from a fairly well-known insider, “Digital Chat Station,” that Xiaomi is developing a Pro + version. One of its main advantages will be wireless charging at 80 watts.
This technology is currently being tested, so we hope to see mass production in the first half of 2021. To achieve similar results, Xiaomi had to create an efficient architecture and chip independently of other manufacturers. If this inside information turns out to be true, then it will be a wireless charging record.
It is now known that it takes about 18 minutes to charge a 4,000 mAh battery. Huawei so far can offer a maximum of 50 watts for wireless charging (Huawei SuperCharge Wireless Stand).