Earlier this month, Realme announced the Realme GT Neo 5 as the world’s first smartphone with 240W charging. It is the fastest charging speed that can be supported through a USB-C port. Realme’s 240W charging technology can achieve a full charge in under 10 minutes. Rival brand, Redmi is now all set to launch the world’s fastest charging technology in the smartphone industry. As can be seen in the poster below, Redmi has officially teased the 300W Immortal Second Charger technology.
Redmi claims that its 300W charger can achieve a full charge in around 5 minutes. However, the company has yet to confirm the charging’s technical details.
The machine translation of the Weibo post released by the brand states the new charging technology is “300W Immortal Second Charger,” which suggests that it could be some alternative charging technology. It appears that the Chinese manufacturer will soon release more details about the charging technology.
Meanwhile, an image shared by tipster Digital Chat Station shows that Redmi’s 300W charging technology can achieve a peak speed of 290W. It can juice up a smartphone’s battery to 50 percent in just two minutes and achieve a full charge in 5 minutes.
The Redmi Note 12 Discovery Edition, which is exclusively available in China, is the company’s fastest charging smartphone so far. It carries support for 210W charging and promises a full charge in around 10 minutes.