Not sure if I would want a high charging rate now after I saw this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiU2VAza8PE
80W is pretty hype but I want to see efficiency numbers, how much of it is lost to heat and at what rate it deteriorates the battery.
Mr.Morningstar, 19 Oct 2020They really don't understand the disadvantages of creating all these super fast, ultra fa... moreGrpahene Enhanced Lithium Battery in the Mi 10 Ultra split across 2 cells. Not just a standard lithion ion battery. So maybe do your research and you'll realise they are changing accordingly to suit the charging speeds.
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2020Lol, you can't read that it gives you 800 charging cycles and you loose only 10% of batte... moreToo many are just killjoys that look for the negatives without even reading the article.
If they spent as much effort on just appreciating the technological achievement as they do being fanboys they'd be able to see how great it is.
Woh, 19 Oct 2020Yeah but apple shows the battery health and how much it degrades right in the settings app. Wh... moreDo they tell you that they are deliberately slowing down processor and batteries on older iPhones with every update?
AnonD-940827, 19 Oct 20202 weeks warranty on the battery? Yeah, sounds legit. Instead of making it faster and faster on... moreI used to charge my Nokia phone once every 4-5 days. And if the battery runs out you can swap it out for a freshly charged one. Ah, those were the days. No battery anxiety whatsoever.
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2020Much better than Apple's 0 W.If everybody owns a charger or two. Why should apple provide you with another charger? Have you even thought about that?
ShinjiM, 19 Oct 2020Meanwile Apple in 2020 innovation: no chargerDid they say that?
Super fast charging, fast screens, superzoom or 8K, jack are available more in mid range than hi end. Talk about overprice of some brands, great phones xiaomi!
Meanwile Apple in 2020 innovation: no charger
apple: dont give a charger to customers
xiaomi: make the best wireless charger for under 50 dollars
Android Authority, 19 Oct 2020Unlike you, Xiaomi has done their research before launching their product. They haven't h... moreHave they? Chinese consumer companies doing research? Xiaomi caring what happens to their products once they sell them? You must be from another planet. Those batteries would be degraded by 20% within a year. 50% within 2 years. That is basic physics and battery chemistry. And no chinese slideware research is going to change that. You get what you pay for.
Not saying they don't know what is the impact - this is known and understood very well, but it is a positive ans welcome outcome - you need a stimulus to buy a new phone next year.
2 weeks warranty on the battery? Yeah, sounds legit. Instead of making it faster and faster on charging, then gives us slow charging and battery life for days.!
At first, phones came with a huge powerbank to survive the mobility. Now in the future, phones still needs to be connected to a powerbank/source all the time. Unless the phone is only used as what Nokia 3310 delivered back then.
Boggy-Stefy, 19 Oct 2020I have a 30W charging phone. Is charging fast, is safe and is enough for me. Also, I am not pl... morenot everyone buys 180 eur phones, some spend upwards of 1000 on it and they definitely keep it for more than a year and there the battery speed and battery overall life cycle comes to play
Mr.Morningstar, 19 Oct 2020They really don't understand the disadvantages of creating all these super fast, ultra fa... moreLol, you can't read that it gives you 800 charging cycles and you loose only 10% of battery life?!
For your understanding your battery will be alive after few years without problems.
Mi11 Pro/Ultra will be a beast.
chinese companies are way ahead than others !!!
huge respect for their efforts and achievements 🙏
APPLE 2020 innovation = We not give charger to our customer anymore
Mr.Morningstar, 19 Oct 2020They really don't understand the disadvantages of creating all these super fast, ultra fa... moreUnlike you, Xiaomi has done their research before launching their product. They haven't had any issue with previously launched charging technologies. Neither have other manufacturers had any problems.
Pretty sure you are stuck at 18W charging.