The Q&A was held by a Chinese manufacturer about the high-performance HyperCharge technology, and of course the most sensitive issue could not be avoided.
Charge from 0 to 100% in an smartphone in 8 minutes: sounds crazy, but Xiaomi did it and comes with a 4000 mAh battery We 11 Pron it has also been shown to work in practice. The amazing performance, of course, requires a multi-part battery, ideal temperature conditions, and of course very smart charge control, and the company held a question-and-answer opportunity about the complex technology.
One of the most important questions, of course, was how much of the total battery capacity would be lost if exposed to such a strong charge, and Xiaomi’s response was that the battery would lose 20% in 800 cycles. If this happens in practice, a 5,000 mAh battery will lose so much in just two years in terms of daily charges that it will only meet 4,000 mAh: is this an excessive loss? At first glance, yes, but it’s almost certain that the HyperCharge option won’t be used by users every night (it would be completely unnecessary), but will be taken out as a kind of emergency solution when you need to hurry but need a mobile charge. The manufacturer also mentioned that, according to the Chinese authorities, 60% of capacity must be maintained after 400 cycles, which Xiaomi significantly exceeds by these values.