Smartphone industries are growing day by day and every time we came to see a brand new phone with some extraordinary features. And along with the smartphone industries company that develops components of the phones are also growing. Every time when we see smartphone manufacturers like Xiaomi or Samsung and many more hold an entire for one or two hours talking about the unique features of the phone like processor, camera, display software, and battery along with the charging speed.
Recently Xiaomi held one of its events in which the company announced new charging tech which we can probably see in the upcoming Xiaomi smartphone. The Hypercharge tech by Xiaomi, which develops adapters of 200 watts or 120 watts and a 120-watt wireless charging dock. The figure looks very attractive and sounds fascinating, the company also showcased that your phone’s battery can charge up to full in less than 15 minutes. But Xiaomi mentioned nothing about how they are going to implement this tech and even how a smartphone battery going to handle this much power.
Let’s have a look into the advantages and disadvantages of having super-fast charging.
Dis-advantages of super fast charging :
- Providing this much amount of power to the smartphones battery can heat your device. Or we all know heat is not a good sign for battery.
- Fast charging like 120 watts or 200 watts can make your smartphone battery dead in a short time only. Means probably after one or one and half year your battery will not provide good backup.
- Heat created during fast charging can ultimately weaken your smartphone performance.
- This extra heat during fast charging can also affect other hardware components of the smartphone, however companies have grown, and this is not an issue in 2021.
Advantages of super fast charging :
The only advantage one can see, that your smartphone is going to charge in less than 30 minutes and you can again start playing games or any entertainment purpose. Or someone who forgets to charge the phone and reminds of it at the last minute, then it is very useful. And nothing.
It is very simple that no one really needs fast charging of 200 watts and you can have an idea about this by looking at brands like Apple and Samsung, these two companies still provide charging brick of 18 watts or 25 watts max in the smartphone boxes. Having fast charging of 30 watts or 25 watts does not affect your smartphone’s battery life like a 200-watt fast charger can do. So a fast charging of up to 30 watts can also charge your phone very well.