Infinix 260W charging tech may be announced on March 9

Infinix 260W Charging Solution

In recent years, fast charging has become one of the deciding factor to buy any smartphone. Earlier last month, Realme launched the GT Neo 5 smartphone with 240W fast charging capability, and the same phone launched as the Realme GT3 for the global markets a couple of days ago. 240W fast charging capability is the highest ever in a mass-production smartphone and the highest under the Type-C standard. But that could change soon since Infinix is working on its next flagship phone with 260W charging. As per the source,  Infinix is reportedly planning to raise the bar higher with a new 260W charging smartphone, which is expected to launch by end of this year.

Folks over GSMArena has received an image showing off the upcoming Infinix 260W Thunder Charge charger. The charger was photographed next to the Infinix Zero Ultra phone, which was launched with 180W charging capabilities.

According to the source, the new 260W charging system is said to have a four-way 100W charge pump and an AHB (Advanced High-Performance Bus) circuit design with safe charging control. It seems Infinix is currently testing on 100W wireless charging solution with a custom-coil design for improved charging efficiency, reduced internal resistance and increased peak power charging time.

The source claims that the smartphone maker ill announce the Infinix 260W charging solution on March 9, which is just a week away from now. The source isn’t sure whether the manufacturer launches a new smartphone alongside the charger or not.

Redmi, on the other hand, started teasing its 300W fast-charging technology, which can charge a phone from 0 to 100% in just five minutes, which is insane. A couple of days ago, Redmi posted the teaser video of the upcoming 300W charger, showing off the testing process of the 300W charging solution on the modified Redmi Note 12 Discovery smartphone, which has a 4,100mAh battery under the hood. The 300W charger has managed to charge up to 50% in 2 minutes and 11 seconds, and charges fully to 100% in just five minutes.

Source: GSM Arena

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