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Tuesday, 13 July 2021

Xiaomi launches 67 watt charger charging all types of devices, answer 5 questions to understand where and how it can be used

 Xiaomi launches 67 watt charger charging all types of devices, answer 5 questions to understand where and how it can be used

Xiaomi launches 67 watt charger charging all types of devices, answer 5 questions to understand where and how it can be used


    This charger takes an input of 100-120V and gives an output of 67 watts

    That 5000mAh battery smartphone can fully charge in just 36 minutes

    This charger will charge the battery of the device which will support quick charge technology


Xiaomi has launched a 67 watt Sonicharge 3.0 fast charger in the Indian market. The company is also offering a 1 meter long USB Type-C port cable. The company says that this single charger will work as fuel for all. This means other USB Type C products can be charged, including multiple devices including smartphones, laptops, fitness trackers, smartwatches, tablets.


Specification of Mi 67 watt SonicCharge 3.0

This charger supports fast charging of 67 watts. It uses Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology. The charger is built-in protection to meet quality, safety and reliability standards. The charger takes an input of 100-120V and gives an output of 67 watts. Its body is made of polycarbonate material. He has got BIS certification.


The battery will be fully charged in 36 minutes

According to the company, the 5000mAh battery smartphone can be fully charged in just 36 minutes with a 67 watt charger. The battery of Mi 11 Ultra smartphone will be able to charge this charger in 1 hour. It has a 5000mAh battery with 55 watts.


Charger related questions and answers

1. Will the charger charge all types of devices?

According to the company, the charger will charge a device that supports Quick Charge technology and has a USB Type-C port.


2. Will the device with normal USB be charged?

Yes, this charger can also be used to charge devices with a micro USB port. For this the user can connect the cable of his normal charger to the 67 watt adapter.


3. Which device will be damaged by this charger?

This is a quick charger that gives an output of 67 watts in the device. It can be damaged if it is connected to a device that supports 5 or 10 watts of charging. Charging can overheat the battery. Other components of the device may be damaged. There is also the possibility of the device being torn.


4. What will happen to a device with 50 watt charging support?

Devices that have charging support of 25 to 50 watts or more are not at risk from this charger. But one thing to keep in mind is not to keep such a device connected to a charger for hours. It needs to be disconnected in 1 hour.


5. Will this charger damage the battery?

It all depends on the capacity of the battery and the charging technology. This can be bad if the phone does not support this type of charging. Charge the device with a charger with the same capacity that the company offers with the device until done.


Top 5 fast chargers available in India

Company VAT

OnePlus Warp Charger 65W

Stuffcool Napoleon PD 65W

Bassus GaN Charger 65W

Base USB PD Charger 45W

AMX XP60 45W

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67 watt charging support in Mi Ultra

The company's flagship smartphone Mi 11 Ultra was launched in April this year with 67 watt fast charging support. However, in the Indian variant, the company has given 55 watt support. At the launch of the phone, the company said it would launch a 67-watt charger as an accessory.

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