Xiaomi announces Mi Charge Turbo 30W wireless charging, Mi 9 Pro 5G to get it first

Xiaomi with Mi Charge Turbo 30W Wireless Charging Technology
Xiaomi announces Mi Charge Turbo 30W wireless charging, Mi 9 Pro 5G to get it first
Xiaomi's 30W wireless charging technology Mi Charge Turbo has been launched in China.  The first handset to support this is the Mi 9 Pro 5G, announced by Xiaomi Weibo.  Xioami calls it a part of the 5G era, and claims users can wirelessly charge up to 4,000 mAh battery within 0% to 50% in 25 minutes and 100% in 70 minutes.
Xiaomi announces Mi Charge Turbo 30W wireless charging, Mi 9 Pro 5G to get it first
30W Mi Charge Turbo Wireless Charger
   There is currently no wireless charging system or wireless charging system.  Xiaomi Mi9 Pro 5G will also support a high-power wireless reverse charge that claims that the Apple iPhone XS is fast enough to charge 20% in 30 minutes.


Using reverse wireless charging technology, users can charge wireless earphones, smart watches, toothbrushes and more.
Xiaomi announces Mi Charge Turbo 30W wireless charging, Mi 9 Pro 5G to get it first
Xiaomi with 30W wireless charging technology
  As far as hardware is concerned, Xiaomi has announced two wireless charging accessories, Qi Wireless Standard Compliant, which offer 30W and 20W power output.  Finally, Xiaomi has announced that its 40W wireless charging technology is in testing phase.
Xiaomi announces Mi Charge Turbo 30W wireless charging, Mi 9 Pro 5G to get it first
Xiaomi Mi Charge Turbo 30W Wireless Charger Introduced
  There is no clarity on when Xiaomi plans to release the Mi 9 Pro 5G or 30W and 20W wireless charging pads.  The Mi9 Pro isn't the first handset to be confirmed by Xiaomi, who confirmed that it supports 5G.  Xiaomi has confirmed the successor of the Redmi K20, officially known as the Redmi K30, with 5G support, according to company general manager Lu Weibingil.


Xiaomi with the world's first 30W wireless charging
   Xiaomi's Redmi series is part of Qualcomm's deal with 12 smartphone OEMs that have confirmed the use of the upcoming Snapdragon 7 Series 5G mobile platform for future 5G mobile devices.  Earlier this year, Xiaomi unveiled its first smartphone with 5G enabled.  The handset was released in collaboration with Three, Orange, Sunrise, Telefonica, TM and Vodafone.
Xiaomi announces Mi Charge Turbo 30W wireless charging, Mi 9 Pro 5G to get it first

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