Now your smartphone will be charged with just voice! Xiaomi is bringing new technology

Technology company Xiaomi is currently working on a new technology, in which the smartphone can be charged only with the help of voice. Xiaomi claims that it is the number 1 smartphone brand in India, which is working on its new technology. Through which the battery of smartphones and other devices can be charged only with the help of voice. The company has also filed a patent for this new technology. Images of Xiaomi’s sound charging patent have been seen on China’s National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA).

Xiaomi can use this patent for a sound charging device, an energy storage device and an electronic device. These devices will collect the sound and convert it from environmental vibration to mechanical vibration.

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To convert this mechanical device into electric current, Xiaomi will also give a device to the customers. This device will convert AC current into DC current. The company claims that this technology will charge smartphones and other devices without a power socket.

200W hypercharge technology also announced
The company recently announced its 200W HyperCharge technology, which will charge a 4000mAh battery in just 8 minutes. The company also introduced the new Mi Air Charger in it, which can charge the device’s battery without a charging cable or stand. Xiaomi claims that the new Mi Air Charge technology can be used to wirelessly charge multiple devices at the same time. The company currently holds 17 patents for the Mi Air Charge technology.

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The company said that it is working on new charging technology, through which household items such as smart speakers, desk lamps, smart appliances and other items can be charged. No official statement has been made by the company yet regarding the launch of Mi Air Charging Technology.


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