Infinix announces “All-Round FastCharge” tech: 260W, 110W wireless charge

The “All-Round FastCharge” tech charges a battery from 0 to 25% within a minute and reaching up to 100% in only under 8 minutes, wired. While it takes 16 minutes to charge full wirelessly

All-Round FastCharge teaser

Whoa, that is blazing fast! 16 minutes for a full battery charge is even quicker than the plenty of wired charging methods, especially for wireless charging.

The new All-Round FastCharge tech builds upon Infinix’s 180W ThunderCharge by improving from a dual 8C battery to a single 12C battery with a 4-pump circuit design that identifies power requirements and allocates the number of necessary charge pumps which is a pretty good, by improving their current technology, they have found a way to further quicken the charging time.

The 4,400 mAh test battery kept 90% of its initial capacity after 1,000 cycles, showing a charging efficiency of 98.5%. It’s a good job that the battery still has 90% of its capacity after 1,000 cycles.

All-Round FastCharge sample 2

Additionally, Infinix has developed a cable that can carry a current of up to 13A, which ensures 260W charging.

The 110W wireless charging uses custom-made coils with different architectures, featuring fewer but wider coils in the same space. This reduces internal resistance and reduces the phone’s temperature when charging. A very positive feature, who does not want a cooler phone while wireless charging?

A custom-made charger rated at 110W, has a dual-coil design that enables both vertical and horizontal charging. It also have an exhaust fan at the base for silent-air cooling.

This new technology supports reverse charging, bypass charging, and multi-protocol charging. Additionally, it is compatible with other technologies such as Power Delivery 3.0.

Infinix has confirmed that this new charging technology will be available on an upcoming Infinix Note smartphone later this year.

Everything looks great on paper, we hope that whenever it launches, it will be reliable. 🥺


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