Infinix to Debut 180W Thunder Charge Technology on Upcoming Flagship Phone-Markedium3 min read
Infinix, has unveiled its industry-leading 180W Thunder Charge technology, said a press release. The latest technology will make its debut on selected flagship phones which is upcoming later this year. Owing to this breakthrough new technology, users will be able to enjoy a faster, and more advanced smart device charging experience, where a 4500mAh battery can achieve 50% starting from 1% charge in just 4 minutes!
“Following last year’s Infinix 160W fast-charging Concept Phone release, Infinix 180W Thunder Charge is another industry breakthrough that delivers ultra-fast charging technology to the public. Infinix aims to keep improving daily efficiency through iteration and innovation of fast charging technology so that users around the world can be the first to experience efficient and convenient digital life,” said Manfred Hong, Senior Product Director of Infinix.
180W Charging Technology
Infinix cooperated with the world’s leading battery manufacturers to develop a new 8C battery cell, which is the maximum charging rate rechargeable lithium battery in the industry at present. Furthermore, the 180W Thunder Charge uses two 8C-rated batteries in series, so the charging power of each battery is only 90W while charged, reducing heat, and increasing longevity. 180W Thunder Charge also adopts automatic bidirectional-power supply technology to lengthen the phone’s battery life by 2% compared to traditionally double cell battery-designed phones. The automatic bidirectional power supply technology reduces the area of the power supply circuit by 60%, increases the precision of the circuit layout, and saves space. The charging technology works using dynamic distribution. Three parallel charge pumps support the highest-powered conversion yet on an Infinix device, achieving 99% charging conversion efficiency, which avoids overloads and overheating. This is the pinnacle of Infinix charging technology to date.
A Safer Way to Charge
Keeping safety as a key priority, 180W Thunder Charge has 111 software and hardware security protection mechanisms to protect smartphones, chargers, and charging cables. The security protection is triggered during abnormal scenarios – such as high temperature, increased voltage, electromagnetic interference, and more – to ensure the safety of the smartphone’s system.
Furthermore, the 180W Thunder charge has 20 temperature sensors, which are distributed in USB inputs, charging chips, on the battery, and other locations inside the device. The charge is monitored in real-time through an intelligent temperature control algorithm that keeps track of everything. While the device is charging, the smartphone’s temperature is kept below 43 ℃, which ensures a safe and fast charging experience without excess heat or battery degradation.
Powerful, Compatible & Portable
Infinix’s 180W Thunder Charge technology is one of the most advanced solutions yet from the Chinese smartphone brand, representing a step forward in technological breakthroughs for smartphones in the mid-range price category. Offering next-level charging speed, lower temperatures, and safer protocols, 180W Thunder Charge gives users blazing fast and intelligent ways to power the Infinix devices.
Present in the technology is the new semiconductor material GaN, which enables the 180W Thunder Charge to be resistant to a variety of environments with high temperatures above 40°C. Furthermore, the charger adapter is compatible with multiple fast charging protocols and can perform a maximum of 100W fast charging for most electronic devices on the market, which includes mobile phones, tablets, and laptops giving users maximum flexibility with one cable fits all solution. Users can also use cables from other manufacturers to charge Infinix devices up to 100W. 180W Thunder Charge has two separate charging modes, Furious Mode and Standard Mode. The furious mode can be activated at the click of a button giving users 180W super-fast charging.
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