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160W FAST CHARGING

Infinix has shown its Concept Phone 2021, highlighting some of its standout features. The smartphone comes with a number of cutting-edge features, including the world’s first dual color-changing back cover and 160W quick charging technology. It also includes many levels of safety as well as enhanced temperature control features. The charging capaba, however, is the one element that is attracting people’s attention.

The Infinix Concept Phone 2021 joins the race to fast charging with a custom 160W system that can fully charge the 4,000 mAh battery in just 10 minutes. This phone also serves as a showcase for other features that Infinix is working on, such as color changing technology for the back panel.

The Super Charge Pump, which converts the incoming voltage from the USB-C port to the voltage that goes into the battery, was developed by the company. This pump has a 98.6 percent efficiency rating. Oppo’s 125W system, by contrast, has three parallel pumps that achieve 98 percent efficiency. Higher is preferable because the remaining percentage points to 100 percent convert to heat.

According to the business, the Ultra Flash Charge method is based on an 8C battery, which has 18% lower internal resistance than a 6C battery. These “C-rate” numbers indicate how quickly a lithium battery can be charged or discharged.

More heat is produced when the internal battery resistance is increased. The Infinix Concept Phone 2021 includes a total of 20 temperature sensors strewn over the smartphone. Their goal is to keep the phone below 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit). If it exceeds the limit, or the phone detects a higher-than-expected voltage or electromagnetic interference, the security protection comes in to safeguard the phone from being damaged.

There are 60 security protection measures in all. The charger that provides the 160W output is also extremely outstanding. Gallium Nitrate (GaN) and Silicon Carbide (SiC) semiconductors were used to keep it relatively small and efficient. This charger supports several protocols, allowing it to charge both computers and phones.

The concept phone also supports fast wireless charging up to 50W, though this rate is already supported by some existing devices (unlike the wired charger). Regardless of whether it is wired or wireless, this prototype charges quickly. With this device, Infinix also experimented with some design concepts. To begin, the 6.67” AMOLED display (1080p+) has an 88o curvature at the sides.

The gadget is powered by an unnamed 64-bit octa-core processor with two performance core ARM Cortex-A76 and six power-saving core ARM Cortex-A55 CPUs clocked at 2.05GHz and 2GHz, respectively. The smartphone has an ARM Mali-G76 MP4(-900 MHz) GPU for graphics, as well as 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Android 11 is installed on the smartphone.

There are 60 security protection measures in all. The charger that provides the 160W output is also extremely outstanding. Gallium Nitrate (GaN) and Silicon Carbide (SiC) semiconductors were used to keep it relatively small and efficient. This charger supports several protocols, allowing it to charge both computers and phones.

Inside the “O,” there’s a breathing light that pulses as the phone charges. To alert you of an incoming call or similar event, the rest of the rear panel can shift from silver gray to light blue. The charging and color-changing functions of this idea phone are the highlights, but the periscope lens is also worth mentioning.

It has a 135 mm lens (which should be 10x magnification) with digital zoom that can go up to 60x magnification. An 8 MP sensor is hidden behind it. This is Infinix’s first periscope, and it could be a precursor to a future flagship. The same can be said for the other technologies demonstrated here, though whether or not we will see them in an Infinix phone in the future remains to be seen.

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