The Xiaomi 14 series is going to be released by the company before the year 2023 comes to a close, and the company has already received 3C certification for one of the smartphones that will be included in the series. It would appear that the Chinese Compulsory Certification (CCC) has given its seal of approval to the stock Xiaomi 14 with support for 90W charging. This news was shared by Xiaomi on their official Weibo account. This particular phone is a model with the number 23127PN0CC attached to its name.
The power output of the smartphone charger will be between 6.1 and 4.5 amperes and between 5 and 20 volts, which is equivalent to up to 90 watts. It is currently unknown whether the company will include the appropriate adapter in the retail packaging for these products. Chargers of the type Xiaomi MDY-14-EC will be required, but it is currently unknown whether the company will include the adapter.
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At the beginning of the year 2022, Xiaomi came to the conclusion that it would only include the charger in the box of the Xiaomi 13 for customers who were buying the device in a country other than China. Customers in China had the option of purchasing the product with or without the charging cable included in the package.
Even though the ability to charge at a speed of 90W is not something that is new for Xiaomi as a whole, it will be a significant improvement for the standard flagship. The power output for wired charging was 67W for the two earlier models, but it was capable of 120W for both the 13 Pro and the 12 Pro.
Even though it is currently unknown whether or not Xiaomi will increase the maximum charging speed that the 14 Pro is capable of, we anticipate receiving additional information very soon.
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