Wireless charging of mobile phones is not a new feature. Some Nokia Lumia models released five or six years ago have already supported the Qi wireless charging standard. However, with Samsung Galaxy S/Note, iPhone and more and more domestic mobile phones to join the wireless charging function, Qi wireless charging is becoming a standard feature of more and more mobile phones. In this context, the wireless chargers for the Qi standard on the market have also increased rapidly. After 2018, almost all accessory manufacturers have introduced their own wireless chargers.
The Xiaomi wireless charger uses a common disc design. The surface that is in contact with the top of the mobile phone is a rubber material with strong adhesion, which can prevent the mobile phone from moving during the wireless charging process due to vibration of the mobile phone and the like, thereby causing the problem that charging cannot be performed. It fabricated using aluminum alloy material, the edge of the CNC made a circle of a bright chamfer
An LED indicator can be seen on the side for displaying the running status, and the indicator light is always on during normal wireless charging. The bottom of the charger has an annular rubber ring that acts as an anti-slip. The Xiaomi wireless charger uses a USB Type-C interface and comes with a USB Type-C data cable (Type-A to Type-C), but no charging head is included.
The Xiaomi Wireless Charger is compatible with two types of charging heads. The first type is the ordinary 5V 2A (such as the charging head of some Xiaomi Redmi phones, the USB port of theXiaomimillet patch), and the charging head of 5V 2.4A (such as the charging head of the iPad), which can realize 5W wireless charging. However, if your mobile phone supports wireless fast charging, it is recommended that you have a QC2.0 or QC3.0 protocol fast charging, you can achieve 7.5W (such as iPhone 8/8 Plus/X, Xiaomi MIX 2S) or 10W (such as Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+/Note9) wireless fast charge.