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Infinix reveals 260W wired and 110W wireless fast charging speeds!

Infinix unleashes its own fast charging technology for both wired and wireless.
Infinix reveals 260W wired and 110W wireless fast charging speeds!
The announcement image

Infinix enters the over 200W charging territory!

The new solution has the capability to fill a 4,400mAh battery from zero percent to 25 percent in just 60 seconds for wired. While it can be full in under 8 minutes. On the other hand, wireless charging will fill the juice from zero to full in 16 minutes.
The infographic of 260W
The infographic of 260W

The 260W adapter came 9 months after the brand unveiled its 180W Thunder Charge. The latest innovation expands on that by switching from a pair of dual 8C batteries to a single 12C battery with a 4-pump circuit design that precisely determines the amount of power required and distributes the number of charge pumps required.

Based on Infinix claims, the charging efficiency is around 98.5 percent and will retain 90 percent initial capacity after 1000 cycles. The charger uses GaN technology and AHB circuit infrastructure with high energy density, small size, and safe charging control.

The cable also plays a key role, Infinix made one that can carry energy current up to 13A to enable 260W charging.
The 110W infographics
The 110W infographics

For 110W wireless charging, Infinix used a custom small sensitive could with different architectures. It has fewer wider coils in the same area lowering internal resistance and cooling the phone temperature when charging.

A 110W custom charger with a dual-coil design for both vertical and horizontal charging is also available. The base of the station has a fan to help with heat dissipation.

Apart from wired and wireless charging, the standard also supports reverse charging, bypass charging, and multi-protocol charging which are compatible with other protocols like Power Delivery 3.0.

Infinix stated that we can expect this innovation in an upcoming Infinix Note smartphone slated to launch this year.

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