Xiaomi company unveiled a powerful and very fast charger for Redmi Note 12 Explorer; Although this phone is similar to Redmi Note 12 Pro, its charger has been upgraded from 120W to 210W. Of course, it should be noted that the battery capacity has been reduced from 5000 mAh to 4300 mAh; Because the battery must be supplied with very precise requirements.
Fully charging the phone with this charger will take only 9 minutes. The regular Redmi Note 12, which has a 16% larger battery, needs 19 minutes to fully charge.
In the future, Xiaomi is going to use the USB-PD standard, which can provide 50V at 5A for 240W. By keeping the voltage low, the power is divided into three 20V channels with 3.5A; Therefore, the final result will be 70 watts, but it must be said that for safety and better performance, each channel is set to withstand up to 100 watts.
The dimensions of this charger, which uses GaN technology, are very small and have dimensions equivalent to 67.3, 64.3 x 30 mm. Other super-fast chargers were not able to fully discharge this amount of charge, but this charger can fully charge one’s phone even in countries that only provide 110 volts of electricity.
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The cable of this phone is 1 meter (3.3 feet) and has an E-mark chip. It means that it is safe to use only with supported chargers. The Redmi Note 12 Explorer charger can provide an output equivalent to 65 watts using USB-PD technology in other devices.
Now that we have reviewed all the features of this phone, we come to the price section.
The 8/256 GB model of this phone is going to be released in China from November 9 (October 31) at a price equivalent to 2400 yuan or $330. We are not yet sure if this phone will be available outside of China.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro and Explorer phones are equipped with a 200-megapixel main camera (1/1.4-inch ISOCELL HPX sensor, f/1.7 lens with OIS), in addition to an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera (119 degrees) and a 2-megapixel macro camera with It will come along. These phones have a 1080 chip and a 6.67-inch old 120 Hz screen that uses Dolby Vision.