Apparatus would be able to provide a power of 80 Watts, a feat that is not matched by any competitor.
The tech industry has not yet evolved to create a giant battery cell phone that is compact enough to be used comfortably. In the meantime, companies are investing in chargers capable of recharging the devices as quickly as possible, and the next step will be taken in the new cell phones of Chinese Nubia.
Ni Fei, the founder of Nubia, which is an arm of smartphones aimed primarily at ZTE games, released a photo of the company’s next phone with some interesting information. According to the image, the device is capable of being charged with a current of 9.6 Amperes with a voltage of 8.4 Volts. This means that it is loaded with a power of just over 80 Watts, which would make its “fast charging” system the fastest in the world.
Currently, the Reno Ace, from the Chinese Oppo, bears the title of the fastest charger in the world, using the Super VOOC system with the power of 65W. Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Pro is expected to take this position when it is announced, with support for 66W fast recharge. The Nubia device would leave all models behind, however.
Those are the business models, of course. In the world of prototypes and concepts, Xiaomi itself has already demonstrated a 100W fast-charging system, capable of filling a 4,000 mAh battery in just 17 minutes. It remains to be seen when the technology will be applied to a real final product.
The device in question was revealed through the social network Weibo, equivalent to Facebook in China by Fei. He did not elaborate on the phone model shown in the photo, but it is expected to be the Nubia Red Magic 5G, which will be released later this year.
The image does not allow to deduce the size of the cell phone battery, however, so there is no way to know how long it would take to give a full charge from zero to 100%. What is known is that the Nubia Red Magic 5G will feature a Snapdragon 865 chipset with a display with a frequency of 144 Hz.
Realme Watch T1 on the way. What features will the new smartwatch offer
Realme Watch T1 is a new smartwatch from the Chinese brand. Renders have appeared on the network and these reveal selected functions of the watch. The device will get around the envelope and two buttons on the side of the housing. In addition, it will provide the calling function. Let’s see what we know about Realme Watch T1.
Realme Watch T1 is a smartwatch that will premiere together with the GT Neo 2T and Q3s smartphones. The debut is scheduled for October 19, so in a few days. Meanwhile, press renders of the watch from the manufacturer’s marketing materials leaked to the network. These reveal to us some functions of the device.
We can see that Realme Watch T1 has a round dial and a screen. There are two buttons on the side of the case and the strap will be made of plastic. These functions include a heart rate monitor, pedometer and calorie counter. The smartwatch will also be able to monitor selected physical activities.
Realme Watch T1 smartwatch with an interesting feature
We also know that Realme Watch T1 will allow you to make phone calls. However, it is not expected to receive an LTE module with eSIM. It will be possible via Bluetooth with a previously paired smartphone. The technical specification of the smartwatch remains a mystery for now. The price is also, but it should be attractive. The official premiere is close and we will get to know all the details soon.
Xiaomi Introduces HyperCharge 200W Cordless and 120W Cordless
In August 2020, Xiaomi announced the presence of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which is the first smartphone with fast charging technology with 120W power.
Now after almost a year, Xiaomi has again announced a new fast-charging technology called HyperCharge which brings an improvement over their previous fast charging.
It is known that Xiaomi’s HyperCharge technology is capable of delivering power up to 200W wired and 120W wirelessly.
He claims that with this technology, they can charge a smartphone battery from 0 to 100% (full) capacity in 8 minutes with a cable and 15 minutes without a cable which is classified as very fast, which is breaking new records.
The charging trial was also carried out using a smartphone that has a battery with a capacity of 4,000 mAh. It can be seen that within three minutes, the battery which was originally at 50 percent can be fully charged using a cable.
Of course, now the question is what Xiaomi smartphone will come with this fast charging technology. It is very likely that this technology will be announced in the Xiaomi flagship smartphone which will be released at the end of 2021.
Apple Exhibits New Product Tracker for $29 Coin-Sized Item Tracker
Apple has just shown off its newest product line, the name AirTag. This is a coin-sized item tracker that Apple plans to sell for $ 29 in India.
Apple made this AirTag announcement at today’s Spring Loaded 2021 event, amid other announcements regarding Apple TV and the new iPhone 12 color variant.
The Apple AirTag is more of an accessory than a complete product, for someone who wants to have more than just an iPhone or MacBook in the Apple ecosystem.
AirTag lets you track items in Apple’s “Find My” app on iOS. Apple AirTags’ goal is to keep track of everyday items such as keys, wallets, or backpacks, and notify you whenever you are separated from them.
Reporting from The Verge, Wednesday (21/4/2021), the new Apple AirTag itself has an internal speaker, accelerometer, Bluetooth LE, and a user-replaceable battery.
Apple says trackers should last one year of battery life, and you can use an NFC tap to activate lost mode for items you want to track.
According to Apple, each AirTag is equipped with an Apple-designed U1 chip using Ultra-Wideband technology, enabling Precision Search for iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 users.
This allows the user to more accurately determine the distance and direction to the AirTag that is lost while it is in range. As the user moves, Precision Search combines input from the camera, ARKit, accelerometer, and gyroscope and then guides them to AirTag using a combination of sound, haptic, and visual feedback.
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