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Video: Xiaomi Mi 10 (Pro): Battery Capacity, Inductive Charging And Quick Charging
Strangely, the Pro model of the Xiaomi Mi 10 is equipped with a slightly weaker battery.
- The Xiaomi Mi 10 has a battery capacity of 4780 mAh.
- The capacity of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is 4500 mAh.
But there is another difference between the two devices in terms of their rechargeable batteries: Both can be charged quickly using the cable. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro charges particularly quickly with a cable with 50 watts, while the "normal" Xiaomi Mi 10 has to make do with 30 watts.
The quick charge to the battery of loud Xiaomi charge completely Wed 10 Pro within 45 minutes. With the Xiaomi Mi 10, this still happens in 57 minutes.
How long you can get on with such a load of course depends on various factors. The displays offer you a 60 and a 90 Hertz mode, but do not have an intelligent automatic switchover. If you choose the higher frequency, more electricity will be consumed. At 60 Hertz, up to 2 hours more tool life is possible.
Listening to music through the stereo speakers should also drain the battery, such as intensive 5G usage.
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Charge the Xiaomi Mi 10 inductively
The Xiaomi Mi 10 comes with a 30 watt power supply. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro even with a 50 watt charger. You can bring the batteries back to full capacity in less than an hour by cable. But the special thing: With this power supply you can also charge the Xiaomi Mi 10 wirelessly and only takes about 10 minutes longer to fully charge it! However, a Qi charging pad, which is not included in the delivery, is also required to cope with this charging performance. With both devices, inductive charging is only carried out with 30 watts.
In addition, the Xiaomi Mi 10 follows another trend. The so-called "reverse charging" ensures that you can use the smartphone as a "wireless power bank" to charge other devices, such as headphones, but also cell phones.
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