- Nov 9, 2015
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun posted a quick reminder to fans on Weibo - the Redmi Note 7 supports QuickCharge 4 (up to 18W), the first of the line (previous models topped out at 10W). But when was asked if the Xiaomi Mi 9 will support 24W charging, he answered that the flagship must have better charging. For what it's worth, leaked specs claimed 32W fast charging (and no wireless charging) for the Mi 9. However, Jun's statement can also be understood as "yes, 24W" (which is better than the 18W of the Redmi and of the Mi Mix 3). Still, 32W isn't a random number but matches QuickCharge 5, which...