Apple launched this week iPhone 13, plus better battery life and chipsetIt can also boast major improvements to the camera. One of the areas where the iPhone 13 hasn’t seen any improvements is charging, and the newcomers support 20W max.
It might sound good compared to the 5 and 10 watts, which were previously the norm on Apple’s iOS devices, but it pales in comparison to the competition.
xiaomi, which recently surpassed both Apple and Samsung In the European mobile market, this week he introduced the Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro and stated that this is a “new era in charging”.
The phone supports 120W charging – the charger is included in the box – which is so fast that Xiaomi says they don’t want to refer to it as fast charging, but rather use “HyperCharge” instead.
With a 120W charger, it should take 17 minutes (!) to charge a 5,000 mAh battery from 0 to 100 percent.
Xiaomi points out that the results come from lab tests, but there are actually tests that actually have better results. TechRadar website He writes that they recorded charging times up to 15 minutes.
To prevent the battery from being damaged or overheating during fast charging, Xiaomi has implemented 35 safety mechanisms in charging technology, which is certified by the German company TÜV Rheinland. The company guarantees at least 80 percent of capacity after 800 charge cycles — by comparison, Apple guarantees At least 80 percent after 500 charging cycles.
At the same time, we know that Xiaomi is working on a more powerful 200W mobile phone charger, which is supposed to be able to charge 4000 mAh battery in 8 minutes.
Advanced video features
Other than that, the Xiaomi 11T Pro has the same design style as the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro that were launched earlier this year, with a side-by-side camera at the back. In other words, it does not have Powerful camera module on the back like Mi 11 Ultra.
The camera itself is equipped with three sensors, including a 108MP main sensor, a 2x 5MP telemacro and an 8MP wide angle 120-degree sensor. However, the camera does not support optical image stabilization, and the 5x camera that preceded it does not support periscope.
In addition to supercharging, it appears that the camera is also a focus area for Xiaomi. Using words like “Cinemagic” to show off advanced mobile imaging features like Time Freeze and Magic Zoom, you can clone people in 8K videos and movies.
Other than that, the phone sports a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels. The screen also has a refresh rate of 120Hz, TrueColor, Dolby Vision, and HDR10+, as well as a brightness of 1,000 nits.
Inside is Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 888 chipset and the aforementioned 5000mAh battery.
Despite the generally good specs, the Xiaomi 11T Pro does not have IP68 certification, only IP53. In other words, it’s not protected from immersion in water, but only withstands water splashes or two.
Thus, the IP certification is not as impressive as the rest of the mobile, and it’s something to be aware of.
The Xiaomi 11T Pro will be available in black, white and blue colors and comes in 8GB memory, 256GB storage and 12/256GB configurations with a recommended retail price of 649 and 699 euros respectively.
We don’t have Norwegian and European prices mentioned without VAT, but by converting the prices into Norwegian currency and adding 25 percent VAT, it would be around 8,200 kroner for 8/256 GB and 8800 kroner for 12/256 GB.
In terms of accessibility, we’re still waiting for the information there as well.
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