Xiaomi’s next flagship will charge much quicker than previous models. In February, the company will launch smartphones Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro with support for fast charging.
One of Xiaomi’s new products, the Mi 10 Pro, will be equipped with a 66-watt charging adapter and will have the ability to completely charge out of it in just 35 minutes. This was noted by a few of the insiders who know about the process of developing devices. Xiaomi is working on the creation of a 50-watt wireless charging, but it hasn’t yet been finished, therefore it is unlikely to be ready at that time that the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro is published.
Info about the alleged characteristics of the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Prо emerged about a month ago when Xiaomi smartphones using the names J1 and J2 were noticed in the documentation of the 3C communications bureau. J1 wears a model variety of M2001J1E / C 5G, has support for fifth-generation communication networks and supports fast-charging around 66 watts (20 volts and 3.25 amperes).
5G support with this smartphone is likely to be supplied as well.
It is supposed that the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Guru will get batteries of a greater capacity compared to Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro and Mi Note 10, released this year. The precise capacity remains unknown, but it could be greater than 4000 mAh. Both smartphones will run on the newly introduced Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip, which has an incorporated 5G modem.