The launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is just around the corner. But just prior to its launch, a company official has revealed the new battery technology that is used in the upcoming high end flagship smartphone.
The Senior Product Marketing Manager and Global Spokesperson of Xiaomi, Daniel D, shared new details of the Mi 11 Ultra on Twitter, earlier today (26th March 2021). As per the official, the premium grade handset features a new super fast charging silicon-oxygen anode battery technology. This new battery offers few ‘Core’ benefits, like enabling the battery to be thinner, while also be capable of faster charging rates as well.
Furthermore, Daniel further added that this new battery technology is also similar to the ones used in electric vehicles, saying that it adds “nano scale silicon materials to the negative electrode to increase theoretical gram capacity 10x vs graphite.” In other words, the switch to silicon-oxygen anode battery would supposedly allow the Mi 11 Ultra from the Chinese tech giant to carry a larger capacity of power while also being capable of faster charging rates.
Talking about the device, it is Xiaomi’s latest flagship smartphone. which will arrive with Snapdragon 888 chipset, LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage. It will also offer features like 67W fast wired charging, 67W fast wireless charging, and 10W reverse charging and will be powered by a large 5,000mAh battery pack. It sports a 6.81-inch OLED QHD+ screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and an in-screen fingerprint sensor. The device is expected to launch on 29th March 2021
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