A Xiaomi 120 W charger appears leaked on video

An alleged 120 W Xiaomi charger has appeared in a leaked video through the Chinese social network Weibo. Is it real or is it a montage?

In the first quarter of 2019, Xiaomi confirmed that it was working on a mobile phone with fast charging at 100 W. According to the information offered by the Asian corporation, the 100W Super Charge Turbo fast charge technology It is capable of fully charging a 4,000 mAh battery in just 17 minutes.

However, despite having announced its fast charging technology, to this day no Xiaomi mobile available on the market offers support for fast charging at 100 W. The Chinese giant announced that the smartphone compatible with this charging speed will arrive this 2020, although at the moment we do not know what it will be.

Now, through the Chinese social network Weibo, a video of a so-called 120W Xiaomi fast charger. Its dimensions are larger than those of a conventional charger, and it features a white design in line with the brand’s devices. Then we leave you a screenshot where you can label the characteristics of the charger.

The label shows that the charger supports 20V 6A, 20V 5A, and 11V 6A power ratings. Since the print quality leaves a lot to be desired, the authenticity of the images is in question and it is not clear that they are real.

However, as we can read in the Chinese medium IT Home, another recognized Weibo leaker claims that a fast Xiaomi charger with a maximum output of 120 W is on the way that would come along with the mobile with support for fast charging at 100 W .

Fast charging is a feature that some smartphone manufacturers are using as a solution to minimize phone charging times. Find out everything you need to know.

But what can we expect from the 100W Super Charge Turbo fast charge technology? A few months ago, Lu Weibing, VP of Xiaomi and CEO of Redmi, revealed five technical aspects that are being a challenge to overcome, specifically the loss of battery capacity, architecture, performance, security and multiple charging.

[Vía: Gizmochina]

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