Xiaomi Mi 6 Mabilis na Pagsingil sa Pag- 4.0 missing
For those who have been following Xiaomi news, narito ang isa pag-update para sa iyo: Xiaomi Mi 6 Mabilis na Pagsingil sa Pag- 4.0 ay hindi magagamit sa mismong pinakaunang smartphone. Oo, tama iyan. Kahit na ito ay isang tampok na maraming mga tao naisip Mi 6 ay magkakaroon ng, hindi na ito ay magkatotoo. Tech analysts have previously predicted that this flagship phone would adopt this new fast charging technology since it runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, which supports Quick Charge 4.0. Gayunman, the handset accordingly only uses Quick Charge 3.0, which is kind of common to modern phones right now.
Long battery life
In a conference earlier this month, Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun said Xiaomi Mi 6 is equipped with a 3350mAh battery. It is coupled with MIUI for better software optimization. According to official Xiaomi test results, after 4 hours of heavy use , the Mi 6 still had 36% remaining power. This is significantly better than the other two previous flagship phones. Tangi sa roon, the 10nm process helped Mi 6 perform higher while dropping its power usage by 25%. These features further helped Xiaomi Mi 6 to have a long battery life.
Gayunman, Lei Jun did not elaborate about the quick charge specifications in the same conference. According to the 3C Quality Certification Center, Xiaomi Mi 6 comes with the charger model MCT1 which supports 5V 3A / 9V 2A / 12V 1.5A output. Tangi sa ryan, the maximum supported power of the Mi 6 is 18W, which is only Quick Charge 3.0 pamantayan. The Snapdragon 835 processor supports Quick Charge 4.0 and the maximum supported power is 27W. According to Qualcomm, with Quick Charge 4.0, 5 minutes of charge can attain 5 hours of use. In addition, Mabilis na Pagsingil sa Pag- 4.0 also integrates the USB-C and USB-PD (Power Delivery) tulong.
With all these hardware support in the Mi 6, where did Quick Charge 4.0 go? It has something to do with the cost. Xiaomi Mi6 uses the best processor available and the most advanced memory and storage specifications. Installing the latest Quick Charge technology would have inflated the price set by the company at 2499 yuan (approximately US $375). The company still needed to profit, so this is one feature they have sacrificed. This allowed Xiaomi to continue the tradition of releasing high-end phones at affordable prices. At 2499 yuan, you simply could not find a better deal than the Xiaomi Mi 6.