Xiaomi to Pilot 5G Smartphones With 66W Charging Capacity
Next month, Xiaomi will be gearing up to launch more 5G connectivity smartphones. The devices might pilot after the Redmi K30 5G, which is set to go official.
A couple of new Xiaomi smartphones with 5G connectivity support have apparently received mandatory 3C certification in China.
One of the phones was on the 3C database. It is particularly with support for a gigantic 66W charging.
The latter has above average charging capacity. Lately, the power capability was recognized on a smartphone.
It was even exceeding the 65W SuperVOOC fast charging aptitude that was recently on the Oppo Reno Ace.
The alleged 3C certification of the two 5G phones from Xiaomi was first spotted by MyDrivers.
Meanwhile, there is no specific information concerning the commercial name of the phones or the series they will fall under.
The Xiaomi phone that contains the model numbers M2001J1E and M2001J1C was mentioned as “5G Digital Phone” in the product field of 3C’s database.
Having those model numbers makes it sufficiently clear that the phone in question favors 5G connectivity.
However, it is not yet final if this will be supported by a dual mode 5G (SA + NSA) connection on the anticipated Redmi K30 5G. The device’s introduction will be on December 10.
In addition, the 3C listing declares that the Xiaomi phone with the model numbers M2001J1E and M2001J1C will support 11V/ 6A charging. This will translate to 66W charging capacity.
It will also put Xiaomi at the top of the league, upsetting the Oppo Reno Ace that made its first appearance earlier this year. The smartphone has been flaunting 65W capacity courtesy of the in-house SuperVOOC technology.
Xiaomi’s Influence in The Smartphone Charging Capacity
On the other side, the edge gained by Xiaomi is just 1W. It does confirm Xiaomi’s dominance in the smartphone charging capacity game and will go a long way in the marketing campaign.
Elsewhere, Xiaomi unwrapped its first Mi Watch earlier in the month. The introduction aims to compete with traditional smartwatches.
Now, the brand is concentrating on a different segment with the Mi Rabbit Children’s Watch 2S.
The name suggests it is a smartwatch for children. It also brings all the essential features in a round plastic body, which weighs just 44 grams.
Meanwhile, the display happens to be in a 1.3-inches with a 240×240 pixel resolution.
Unlike more high-priced offerings, the Mi Rabbit 2S has an IPS panel as an alternative of an AMOLED one.
Moreover, the watch is IPX8 waterproof and has a nano-SIM slot for cellular connection.
It also comprises a Wi-Fi and GPS on board, as well as a single loudspeaker. The battery is 600 mAh and can last for seven days of standby.
By using an app, parents can easily track their kids and can also make a direct call with a single click.
A 600 mAh battery is powering the entire thing is. In addition, there is a patented port for refueling the battery.
The Mi Rabbit Children’s Watch 2S will be available on the public with the price of CNY 199 ($28).
Selling will start today at Xiaomi Mall in China.
However, there is still no word for a world-wide availability.