The Chinese company Xiaomi showcased its latest innovation in the field of smartphones today, announcing the upcoming wireless charging technology called (Mi Charge Turbo), which features wireless charging capacity of 30 watts.
It is also supposed to launch a wireless charging platform, with support for the new standard (Mi Charge Turbo), and the Chinese company to the question that it is currently developing a wireless charging system with a capacity of 40 watts as well.
Xiaomi did not announce the pricing details of any of these products or specifications will be contained in the phone but explained that the new wireless charging technology is available for the first time with the phone (Mi 9 Pro 5G) later this year.
It’s published the company ‘s summary of the event on the Chinese social networking, web Weibo, along with some pictures that illustrate some of the new features of the technology.
Xiaomi claims that the new Mi Charge Turbo is capable of charging a 4000 mAh battery from zero to 50 percent in about 25 minutes, and from zero to 100 percent in 70 minutes.
This means that the new Mi Charge Turbo is faster than most of the 27-watt and 20-watt fast-charging solutions on the market, according to Xiaomi tests.
According to information, the upcoming Mi 9 Pro 5G features a 10W fast reverse wireless charging feature, which means Xiaomi joins Huawei and Samsung in bringing technology to its phones.
The reverse wireless charging technology allows wireless charging of other phones and accessories by placing them on the back of the Xiaomi phone. According to the company, the Mi 9 Pro 5G is capable of charging the iPhone XS up to 20 percent in 30 minutes.
The image shared by Xiaomi shows that the phone is able to charge other devices wirelessly as well, such as (AirPods) of the second generation with the wireless charging tray.
The publication also says: “Xiaomi will launch a range of new accessories with (Mi 9 Pro 5G), such as a wireless charging panel with a capacity of 30 watts, in addition to a smart wireless panel with a capacity of 20 watts, which seems to display the time and level of charging”.
The Chinese company said: “The technology of wireless charging capacity of 40 watts has entered the test phase, which means it can be seen by the end of the year or early next year”.