In the financial hub of Shanghai, China – July 2, 2021 – It was in May that Xiaomi teased the 200W charging speed on a Mi 11 Pro. However, it turns out, Xiaomi did not apply the technology yet to its Mi 11 Pro when it got released. But now, the not-so-famous NuVolta Technologies, a semiconductor company from China, teases its charging chip that is capable of 100W fast charging – with the help of NuVolta, Xiaomi 200W HyperCharge is near to reality.
According to the official press release of NuVolta, the chip’s name is Volta NU2205. It is a single-chip, fast-charging, chip that has the highest power in the industry. And its charging capability can reach up to 100W.
We don’t want to talk about politics here. However, it appears that this is the only chip that supports the dual-cell 4:2 charge pump, fast-charging architecture outside China. And this sequence of technology how a segmented battery may attain a commutative total of 200W.
NuVolta highlights the importance of this technology to the country as it helps companies not to outsource their charging chip outside China. In addition, this helps companies in China not to get involved in monopolies.
Moreover, on its official introduction, the chip can provide a 200W dual-cell fast-charging solution for smartphones in the future. It’s also the highest-powered fast-charging system on the market right now.
It’s also worth mentioning that the chip not only outperforms the competition in terms of speed but also ensures that less heat is generated throughout the process. According to the official, two batteries are charged at 10A and 20A high current under 25°C ambient temperature and 16V input, resulting in temperature rises of 44.9°C and 46.8°C, respectively.
Above all, since the body of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro was used in the introduction of the charging chip, we expect a collaboration of Xiaomi and NuVolta to mass-produce the technology to the market. And once implemented, Xiaomi will be the first company that can provide wired charging that delivers 200W power – 100% charging in 8 minutes. But for now, no official statement yet from both companies about the collaboration.