Infinix on March 9 announced the launch of 260W wired fast charging and 110W wireless fast charging, through the wired method, the battery can be charged from 0 to 25% in 1 minute and can be charged to 100% in 8 minutes. Through the wireless way, you can achieve from 0 to 100% charging in 16 minutes.
Recently, the foreign media gsmarena released a practical test of the technology, the results are basically the same as the official publicity.
The test was conducted with a model based on the Infinix phone, which is the first Infinix phone to be tested.
The Infinix Zero Ultra phone was tested with a modified version of the Infinix Zero Ultra phone, with the battery capacity reduced from 5000mAh to 4400mAh, a wireless charging coil, a 260W white fast charging head, and a very heavy wireless charging pad.
The 260W wired fast charger is rated up to 20V / 13A and was tested at room temperature with the phone on and off.
The test results show that the phone went from 0% to 100% charge after 6 minutes and 27 seconds of 260W wired charging, and the battery was reported to be “full” in 7 minutes and 51 seconds.
As promised by Infinix, it did charge up to 25% in one minute and 50% in 2 minutes and 13 seconds.
In subsequent tests, the phone took 5 minutes 48 seconds and 7 minutes 13 seconds to reach 100% charge, and no temperature anomalies were observed, and the maximum temperature was 47°C in all three tests at the end of the process.
Let’s look at the 110W wireless fast charging. The charging pad is very thick, has a built-in active cooling fan, and is so noisy that the media says “you wouldn’t want to put it on your bedside”.
When charging wirelessly, the Infinix demo phone reached 100% charge in 14 minutes and 28 seconds, and then reported a “full” state at 17 minutes and 34 minutes. The phone reached 44% charge in 5 minutes, 50% charge in 6 minutes 05 seconds, and 73% charge in 10 minutes.
Judging from the test results, the Transn Infinix’s performance is the fastest outside of the Redmi 300W fast charger. However, the Redmi 300W fast charger is still a concept magic design, while Infinix confirmed that the 260W fast charger will come out with an upcoming Infinix Note smartphone this year, possibly in mass production before Redmi’s technology.