Here's what we know about Xiaomi's 40W fast charger

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According to Xiaomi, this technology can charge a 4,000mAh battery up to 50% in merely 25 minutes & can fully charge it in 69 minutes. They'll also release a 20W smart wireless charging pad that shows the time and charging level.

Xiaomi also teased that the company is now working on a 40W wireless charging system too.

It's just one of the four new solutions Xiaomi will be introducing to the wireless charging game. It uses a 5-layer nanocrystal receiver coil with 98 per cent conversion efficiency. For those unaware, Xiaomi's Redmi series is part of Qualcomm's deal with 12 smartphone OEMs that are confirmed to use the upcoming Snapdragon 7 Series 5G mobile platform in their future 5G mobile devices.

Since Mi 9 Pro 5G has appeared on Tenaa, it has suggested that the smartphone will have a 4,000 mAh battery.

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The company has also disclosed that its 40W super wireless flash charging is now being tested.

The only unknown is whether the Mi Charge Turbo puck will come boxed with the phone, or we'll have to buy it on the side. The first is a 30W Mi Charge Turbo based charger that is also Qi-compatible.

As expected, Xiaomi has announced the Mi Charge Turbo technology at an event in China.

The manufacturer's push for wireless charging doesn't stop here though, as it's announced the formation of a wireless charging consortium with several other Chinese companies. And to retain the full-screen design from the previous Mi Mix generations, the newest addition to the family will resort to the pop-up camera mechanism for its front shooter. It includes reverse-charging and is actually the highest so far. Xiaomi will be working with a lot of brands and companies that take advantage of wireless charging.

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