Xiaomi has launched a 67W SonicCharge 3.0 fast charger in the Indian market. Along with this, a 1 meter long USB Type-C cable is also being provided. The company says that this single charger will act as fuel for all. That is, it can charge multiple devices such as smartphones, laptops, fitness trackers, smartwatches, tablets, and other USB Type-C products. The charger is priced at Rs 1,999. It has been launched in White color.
Specifications of Mi 67W SonicCharge 3.0
This charger supports fast charging of 67 W. Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology has been used in this. The charger has built-in surge protection to meet quality, safety, and reliability standards. The charger takes an input of 100-120V and provides an output of 67W. Its body is made of polycarbonate material. It has been given Bureau of Indian Certification (BIS) certification.
Battery will be fully charged in 36 minutes
The company says that with the 67W charger, the 5000mAh battery can be fully charged in just 36 minutes and also in such a situation, users who have bought Mi 11 Ultra smartphone can go towards it, because 55 W charger is available with this phone. This charger charges a 5000mAh battery in an hour.
Some important questions and answers related to the charger
1. Will the charger charge all types of devices?
The company says that it will fast charge devices whose batteries support Quick Charge technology. Also, which have a USB Type-C port.
2. Will the device charge with a normal USB?
Yes, it will also be able to charge devices that support the micro USB port. For this, the user can fix the cable of his normal charger in a 67 Watt adapter.
3. Which devices will be damaged by this charger?
This is a quick charger that gives an output of 67W in the device. If it is connected to devices that support 5 or 10 watt charging, then those devices can be damaged. Charging may cause the battery to overheat. Other components of the device may be damaged. There may even be a possibility of the device exploding.
4. What will happen to the device with 50W charging support?
The devices which have given charging support of 25 to 50 watts or more will not be at risk from this charger. However, these devices cannot be left for long periods of time while charging. After an hour of charging, disconnect the charger from the device.
5. Will this charger damage the battery?
It is decided on what is the battery capacity and charging technology and If the phone does not support this type of charging technology, then the chances of the phone’s battery getting damaged increase. Maybe charge the device only with the same capacity charger that the company gives with it.
67W charging support in Mi 11 Ultra
The company’s flagship smartphone Mi 11 Ultra was launched in April this year with 67W fast charging support. A 67-watt charger is also being offered with the global variant, but in the Indian variant, this phone is being given with a 55-watt charger. Only a month after the launch of the phone, the company had said that it would launch a 67-watt charger as an accessory.