The power of mobile phone fast charging is getting higher and higher, with the maximum that is commercially available now reaching 65W, and that's apparently not the end of it.
An image circulating online today suggests that Xiaomi may be preparing a fast-charging charger with up to 120W of power.
As you can see from the screenshot, the charger's model number is "MDY-12-ED", which supports up to 120W of power, corresponding to a voltage of 20V and a current of 6A.
However, the phone does not support 120W, but rather 100W, corresponding to a voltage of 20V and a current of 5A.
The maximum current can also do 6A, but the corresponding voltage to be reduced to 11V, which is 66W of power.
It also supports 5V3A 15W and 9V3A 27W. However, the authenticity of the image has yet to be verified.
In the end of March 2019, Xiaomi had announced a fast-charging technology called "Super Charge Turbo", the maximum power up to 100W, 17 minutes in the boot state can be full of a 4000mAh battery phone.
Xiaomi's 100W fast-charging technology uses a series dual-cell design, adding two new string battery technology and a 98% ultra-high efficiency 2 :1 charge pump, while selecting very low impedance, high cost materials, breakthroughs in a number of key technologies.
Unfortunately, however, this technology has never been put into mass production for commercial use.