Redmi rumored to mass-produce 300W super-fast charging technology


Xiaomi is set to change the game of fast charging technology with its new 300W super-fast charging technology. According to Digital Chat Station, a well-known tipster, Xiaomi plans to mass-produce the technology and integrate it into its upcoming smartphone models.


This news comes after the successful demonstration of the technology on a modified version of the Redmi Note 12 Pro+. The smartphone achieved the remarkable feat of charging its 4100mAh battery to almost 50% in just two minutes and fully charging in just five minutes using the 300W super-fast charging technology.

The technology is a result of innovative design and new materials used in the charger, the phone’s charging architecture, and the battery. The charger utilizes a fourth-generation integrated GaN (gallium nitride) solution, which maintains the same size as Xiaomi’s previous 210W charger but with a 43% increase in power, achieving a power density of 2.31W/cm³.

Redmi 300W fast-charging tech

The charging architecture features a customized 6:2 charge pump chip that boasts a maximum conversion efficiency of 98%. This solves the issue of large current heating in the charging input path, reducing charging temperature rise from the source. Multiple charge pumps are arranged in a decentralized layout to effectively avoid concentrated heat generation, allowing for sustained peak power for more than two minutes.

The Redmi 300W super-fast charging technology is a game-changer for smartphone users who no longer have to worry about running out of battery while on the go. This technology could also have implications for other devices such as laptops and electric vehicles.

At the moment, the specific launch date and which model will have this feature are unknown. However, with the successful demonstration of the modified Redmi Note 12 Pro+, it’s only a matter of time before we see this technology in mass-produced smartphones. This technology is a breakthrough in fast charging technology, and it could revolutionize the way we use our smartphones.



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