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XIAOMI 120W Fast Charger Leaked Video

Last Year Chinese Company Xiaomi revealed, working on a 100W Super Charge Turbocharger. Claiming it can charge 4,000mah battery full in just 7 minutes.

Rumors and a Video has leaked about an even powerful charger that can charge with 120W power.


The Charger would have maximum output of 120W achieved with 20V power that passes through the charger. The charger uses a 6A current.

The Xiaomi charger is compatible with other charger speeds starting from 15W to 120W. The Company has not yet announced about a SmartPhone which will support such high charging speeds.

Major Chinese Companies Realme, Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi are currently in the fight to get the most powerful smartphone charger to the masses.

Realme teased a 100W SuperDart charger last year, while Vivo showcased a 120W charger in Shanghai last year. Vivo claimed its speed is slightly faster at 13 minutes to charge a 4,000mAh battery.

While Xiaomi has not revealed how fast its 120W charger can charge a 4,000mAh battery, it’s may take roughly the same time as Vivo’s.

At current the fastest charger is offered by Realme with the Realme X50 Pro at 65W. The same charger will be used in the upcoming Oppo Find X2 Pro as well


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