Redmi Note 12 Turbo is lighter than iPhone 14 Plus: Uses a 5000 mAh battery that gets a full charge in 5 minutes

A few teasers of the upcoming Redmi Note 12 Turbo were released today by Lu Weibing, general manager of Redmi. From the info we have so far, the device will come with an ultra-thin 7.9mm body. However, it will still host a huge 5000 mAh battery. The ultra-thin body helps the mobile phone to achieve a weight of 181g. This is less than the 203g of the iPhone 14 Plus. According to the company, the battery life of this device is 1.33 days on average.

Redmi Note 12 Turbo

For this reason, a number of Redmi fans are excited and they showed it in the comment section of Lu Weibing's post.

In addition, the Redmi Note 12 Turbo sports a high screen ratio of 93.4%. This device also comes with a flexible straight OLED screen. All four bezels are very narrow and there is no screen bracket. This display supports 12bit 68.7 billion colours, a 100% P3 broad colour gamut coverage, and 1920Hz PWM Dimming. The new Redmi phone will also be the first mobile phone to come with the 2nd Gen. Snapdragon 7+ processor. This chip is built with TSMC 4nm manufacturing process and uses a 1+3+4 three-cluster architecture.

Redmi Note 12 Turbo

For first-time users, Redmi has also planned insurance benefits for broken screens. In line with the official announcement, Redmi will this time give users who buy the first sale a one-year insurance against cracked screens. To be effective, this insurance for broken screens must be acquired between March 28 and March 31 during the initial sale. If the screen is physically damaged due to an accident and cannot be used normally during the warranty service time, you can get a free screen update service. The official launch of this device will take place on March 28th.

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Redmi may mass-produce 300W fairy second charge

Redmi recently debuted a modified Redmi Note 12 Pro+ that is able to handle a 300W fairy second charge. From the official simulations, this charging capacity can deliver a full charge in just 5 minutes. Everyone believed at the time that this was just a show of strength and that Redmi will not mass-produce the product. However, it now appears that the company has plans to use it on models that are mass-produced. Popular Weibo tech blogger @DCS released a hint today that Redmi will mass-produce the charging tech. However, it is still unclear which model will introduce the tech.

300W charging

According to a prior display of the Redmi Note 12 Pro+, with the 300W fairy second charge, its 4100 mAh battery can get a full charge in just 5 minutes. Also, in just two minutes, this device will get a 50% charge. The reported peak power is higher than “UI fast charging” and truly approaches the 300W level. Specifically, it is as high as 290W. Scarier is the fact that the industry's quickest charging tech, the 280W ultra-high power charging, can retain its power for two minutes.

Redmi 300W charging tech

Redmi's 300W fairy second charge is understood to be from the charger end. This is the new progress in rapid charging made possible by the use of new materials and inventive design. The 4th Gen. GaN (gallium nitride) integrated solution is used in the 300W charger. When the power is boosted by 43%, the volume remains identical to 's 210W charger from the previous generation. However, the power density rises to 2.31W/cm3.

300W charging

The 300W “Immortal Charger” includes a built-in custom 6:2 charge pump chip with a maximum conversion efficiency of 98% in terms of charging architecture. It resolves the issue of excessive current heating in the charging input line. It also lowers the source power consumption as compared to the standard 4:2 charge pump. In order to successfully avoid heat concentration and maintain peak power for more than two minutes, several charge pumps are used simultaneously in a distributed layout.

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