Infinix has upped the game in the fast charging smartphone wars with the debut of its 260W All-Round FastCharge and 110W Wireless All-Round FastCharge capabilities.
According to Infinix, the 260W All-Round FastCharge can charge a 4400mAh battery to 25% in 1 minute and top up to 100% in only 7.5 minutes.
“The charging architecture uses a 4-Pump Intelligent Circuit Design that intelligently identifies power requirements and allocates the number of charge pumps needed to work,” Infinix said.
The upgraded 12C High Rate battery with multi-electrode lug structure ensures a high charging conversion efficiency of up to 98.5%. Infinix claims the battery retains more than 90% of its energy after 1,000 cycles.
The charger uses dual GaN technology and AHB circuit architecture with high energy density and safe charging control.
The cable also plays a key role. Infinix made one that can carry a current up to 13A, and when combined with Infinix’s customized fast charging protocol, ensures that 260W high-power extreme fast charging is possible.
Meanwhile, the 110W Wireless All-Round FastCharge can achieve 100% in just 16 minutes.
Infinix used custom-made small-sensitive coils that have fewer coils than traditional designs and wider coils in the same space to lower phone temperature rise, increase peak power charging time, and improve wireless charging efficiency.
The custom-made 110W wireless charge station employs a fan at the base for silent air-cooling, which improves heat dissipation efficiency in typically high heat areas.
The charging solution of Infinix facilitates reverse charging, bypass charging, and multi-protocol charging in relation to wired and wireless charging. Other protocols, such as Power Delivery 3.0, are also supported, according to Infinix.