We’re a couple of days from the next huge cell phone launch from Xiaomi. At the occasion, we hope to see the two highest-end entries in the Mi 11 series, to be specific the Mi 11 Pro and the super-powered Mi 11 Ultra.
Clearly, the two phones will be like the Xiaomi Mi 11, which launched at the finish of 2020 (and which we’ve effectively investigated). Notwithstanding, there will be a quite huge distinction internally for the phones. Today, Xiaomi’s Senior Product Marketing Manager Global Spokesperson uncovered on Twitter that the phones will feature a new type of battery technology.
As opposed to the standard lithium-ion batteries we see in essentially every cell phone today, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro will incorporate silicon-oxygen anode batteries. This is a more up to date sort of battery tech initially created at the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology in the late 2000s. Supposedly, it would take into account cell phone batteries to be more slender than they are ordinarily while at the same time permitting them to charge faster.
Xiaomi says this battery tech is like what you find in electric vehicles (EVs).
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro: Game-changers?
This is an interesting advancement as almost all cell phone batteries have been lithium-ion models since nickel-metal hydride batteries declined in prevalence in the late 90s. In the event that the tech demonstrates effective in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro, it could change the industry.
Obviously, it’s truly conceivable that Xiaomi could in any case remember an ordinary Li-particle battery for the phones that is just increased by a Si-O battery. Assuming that is the situation, these phones could be a test run for the technology.
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