Xiaomi Mi 10 wireless charging puts some wired charging solutions to shame

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    The Xiaomi Mi 10 series is set to launch in China tomorrow (February 13), and the manufacturer has issued a steady stream of information regarding their features.

    Now, the company has detailed charging capabilities for the Mi 10 series on Weibo. Xiaomi notes that the Mi 10 series will offer 50W wired charging, 30W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.

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    The 30W wireless charging speed is actually comparable to or faster than flagship wired charging solutions from the likes of OnePlus, LG, and Apple. In fact, LG and Apple’s fastest solutions top out at 21W and 18W speeds respectively. This serves as more evidence that wireless charging is finally coming into its own as a speedy charging solution.

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    Xiaomi didn’t actually clarify whether the disclosed charging solutions are for both the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro or for one of them. Earlier regulatory listings suggest that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will have 65 or 66W wired charging though, which means that 50W wired charging might only apply to the vanilla Mi 10 model. Either way, it looks like we won’t have to wait very long to hit 100% capacity.

    A Xiaomi executive also revealed on Twitter that the Mi 10 series will offer AMOLED screens with a 90Hz refresh rate (HDR10+). This refresh rate puts it on par with the OnePlus 7T series and Google Pixel 4 family, but just behind the Samsung Galaxy S20 series and the Poco X2.

    What else would you like to see from the Xiaomi Mi 10 series? Sound off below!

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