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    Fully charge your phone using Xiaomi 80W Mi wireless charger

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    We are in the era where smartphone makers are competing each other to introduce their own fast charging wireless technology. As you already know Oppo unveils its 65W fast charging technology back in July. However, today Xiaomi has unveiled its first-ever 80W Mi wireless charging technology.

    With the 80W Mi wireless charging technology, Xiaomi says that you can charge Xiaomi smartphone in 100% in just 19 minutes. Imagine you need to leave for a important meeting, you can just place the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro in the wireless charging pad to completely charge before you leave for your meeting.

    In the Xiaomi demo video below, Xiaomi has used the latest Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro to charge using the wireless charger. Using the modified Mi 10 Pro, Xiaomi is able to charge its smartphone from 0% to 10% in just 1 minute. Wow! In its video also it is clear that you just need 8 minutes to charge your smartphone to 50%.

    This is not the first time, Xiaomi is unveiling the fastest wireless charging technology. Back in March, Xiaomi has unveiled the world’s first 40W wireless charging technology. Again, after Oppo, Xiaomi is spearheading the trend of wireless charging technology. For now, Xiaomi has not roll out the 80W Mi wireless charging technology commercially yet. But, we can expect Xiaomi to unveil the 80W wireless charging technology soon in its smartphone next year.

    In case you are wondering, if you have other smartphones which has 4,000mAh battery capacity, you can use the 80W Mi wireless charging technology to charge your smartphone. According to Xiaomi, it will roughly take almost 1 hour to fully charge your smartphone.

    In conclusion, we are guessing next Oppo will be unveiling 120W wireless charging technology too. Let’ the game begin. For more tech updates follow TechmonQuay Facebook page.

    Raaj Lokanathan
    A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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