The launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is just around the corner. But shortly before its introduction, a company employee presented the new battery technology that will be used in the upcoming high-end flagship smartphone.
# Mi11Ultra has a new super-fast rechargeable silicon-oxygen anode battery. Main advantages, thinner and faster loading.
This is similar to electric vehicles, where nanoscale silicon materials are added to the negative electrode to increase the theoretical gram capacity 10 times that of graphite. pic.twitter.com/tydYYXjaX5
– Daniel D (@Daniel_in_HD) March 26, 2021
The Senior Product Marketing Manager and global spokesman for Xiaomi, Daniel D, announced new details of the Mi 11 Ultra on Twitter today (March 26, 2021). According to official information, the premium handset has a new super-fast rechargeable silicon-oxygen anode battery technology. This new battery offers only a few “core” benefits, such as: B. the possibility to make the battery thinner and at the same time achieve faster charging rates.
In addition, Daniel added that this new battery technology is also similar to that used in electric vehicles, adding that it adds nanomaterial to the nanoscale negative electrode for a 10-fold increase in the theoretical gram capacity compared to graphite.In other words, switching to a silicon-oxygen anode battery would supposedly allow the Chinese tech giant’s Mi 11 Ultra to carry a greater power capacity while also delivering faster charge rates.
Speaking of the device: Xiaomi’s latest flagship smartphone. This comes with Snapdragon 888 chipset, LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage. It also offers features like wired 67W fast charging, wireless 67W fast charging and 10W reverse charging and is powered by a large 5,000 mAh battery. It has a 6.81-inch OLED QHD + screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and an on-screen fingerprint sensor. The device is expected to hit the market on March 29, 2021. Further updates are available.
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