Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 Said To Feature 45W Fast Charging And 5G Networking
Xiaomi is one of the most renowned smartphone companies in the world. It is recognized for its diverse offerings in the affordable ranges with relatively low priced premium devices as well. The Mi Mix series is one such great examples of lucratively priced smartphones which offer industry-leading specifications. Now, a fresh report has pointed at the possibility of the Mi Mix 4 featuring 45W fast charging and 5G networking capabilities.
The China Compulsory Certificate (CCC) had been issued by the China National Certification and Accreditation Administration (CNCA) for an upcoming 5G Xiaomi smartphone. The yet unknown device bears the model number “M1908F1XE” according to the certification which also divulges a bit of information.
Furthermore, the listings portray Xiaomi planning on upgrading its current fast-charging solutions for its flagship range smartphones. Currently, smartphone-like Mi 9 and Redmi K20 Pro have the highest charging rates at 27W. The company is reportedly aiming at bumping the number to 45W with its latest generation of smartphones.
The higher charging technology brings Xiaomi a step closer to the incredibly fast 100W SuperCharge technology; it was first teased by the company via a video earlier this year on Weibo. In the video, Xiaomi fully charged a 4,000mAh battery using its 100W fast charge in about 17 minutes. Hence, even if the 45W isn’t as impressive would still yield a noticeable improvement over the preceding fast-charging solutions.
It is not confirmed that the certified device is Mi Mix 4 as no official announcements have been made. However, going by past releases and update cycle, only the Mi Mix series is in line for a new launch. It is unlikely if Xiaomi unveils an entirely new range just for a new charging technology improvement. Additionally, since the Mi Mix 3 offered Snapdragon 855, the Mi Mix 4 will probably sport the Snapdragon 855+, the latest iteration. More information should arrive soon, stay tuned for updates.