As expected, Infinix introduced its version of ultra-fast charging. The technology is called All-Round FastCharge, and includes 260W wired charging and 110W wireless.
According to the company, in wired mode, charging from 0% to 25% will take just a minute, and a full charge will take 8 minutes. In wireless mode, we are talking about 16 minutes for a full charge.
Apparently, the calculations are correct for a battery with a capacity of 4400 mAh, since this is what Infinix mentions, claiming that after 1000 charge cycles, the cell retains 90% of its capacity.
Unlike Redmi’s recent demo, which showed 300-watt charging, Infinix says right away that its technology will appear this year. Its first carrier will be one of the smartphones of the Note line. It is quite possible that Infinix will eventually become the leader in charging power for a while, surpassing Realme, which recently introduced a smartphone with 240-watt charging to the market.