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Infinix all-round fast charging test – 260W wired charging

IntroductionInfinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

Watts are the new megapixels – The digital race in fast charging for smartphones is on full steam. While some are choosing not to participate (Apple and Samsung, but also Google and Sony), others are pumping out power numbers that until recently were unthinkable. We just experienced Realme’s 110W Solution is on the GT3, you can read our full review of that phone Discover.

but120 W is no longer the max watts someone dumped on a phone battery Number – no we don’t mean Redmi’s 142W Lab test not too long ago.

We now have Infinix’s all-around fast charging with 240 W is printed on the box, this is us A box in the office. They also have a wireless rating of profound. We got to time both and have some pretty crazy numbers to report.

Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

Before we continue, however, there is a small caveat to mention. And Realme’s 142W charging will be found in production devices, Redmi seems to be on a test bench somewhere, Infinix solution is somewhere in between Among the reviewers. The company is clearly confident enough in its technology that it wouldn’t mind sending it out for reviewers, but it’s not yet a commercial-grade product that you’ll find in stores. However, Infinix promises that we will have a real commercial product this year, so the wait is running out.

The phone showing all-around fast charging is a modified version of the Infinix Zero Ultra. These changes include a slightly smaller battery capacity (4,142mAh vs 4, 180 mAh) and addition of induction coil on standard phone – Zero Ultra does not support wireless charging. It is worth mentioning that the “garden style” Zero Utlra itself is not inferior in terms of charging speed 78W Speed ​​and 001 minutes from empty to full.


Demo version of the Infinix fast charging phone is packed in a specially designed box, Gorgeous numbers are printed on the lid. include240 The W adapter is pretty bulky, and so is the wireless charging pad – if you can even call it a charging pad. A USB-C cable is included for charging your phone directly from the adapter or from the adapter to an inductive charger.

Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging


Infinix’s documentation mentions that they are Using

C battery – that is theoretically possible to charge within 5 minutes (45 minutes divided by the C rating). It also says they are using a 4 pump system instead of the 2 we saw in earlier fast charge designs pump system. From what we understand this means they are actually charging two separate batteries, and the voltage reported by Android does indicate that they have two batteries connected in series – nominally 7.4V instead of the usual 3.7V .

GaN AC adapters are rated up to 005V/A, and The bundled cables are also rated to support 001 amplifier.

Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

As for the wireless charging “base Holder” (which, as they say, may actually be more suitable than our “pad” d usually comes with), which allows the phone to be placed vertically and horizontally, and has a built-in fan to help with cooling. In our experience, the fan is pretty loud, and despite being a super-fast wireless charger, it probably won’t sit on your nightstand anyway.

Infinix details they have implemented Software and hardware measures to protect mobile phones and peripheral devices during high-speed charging, 06 – Temperature Sensor. Internal testing of the company proves that the battery will remain 78% of its original capacity 240 charge-discharge cycles, or what they say is two years of use – so they imply some pretty heavy use.

Test Procedure

Infinix does specify a test procedure to achieve the advertised charging speed. While it’s generally illogical to expect users to follow pre-set programs in real life, their recommendations are not out of this world, and are somewhat close to our usual testing methods, so the results can be conveniently compared to your See the results in the charging speed section of our review for comparison.

Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

They asked us to discharge the phone to 4% state of charge (probably soon) and let it sit for half an hour until it drops by itself to 1%. It’s this particular part of the program that we don’t strictly follow, but at least one 001 – the time in minutes between the rapid discharge phase and the start of charging where we leave the phone idle at 1% to allow its internal temperature to drop.

Testing was done at room temperature, which is at least a few degrees cooler than recommended for this particular reviewer’s living room 14C . There is no interruption during the boot process, so the screen is off.


In our testing of wired charging, the demo phone achieved the reported 90% is inserted after 6: 12 minutes, although it did continue to drain power for a while and Android reported Got battery “full” status 7: 42 minutes after start. Technically, this is the first number we post in the review, and it’s common practice for mobile phone reports 73% small amount of time before it actually reaches full state and cuts off charging.

We did arrive 10% in the first

seconds, as promised in the Infinix docs , while % state of charge is reached within 2: 004minute. Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

You could say this is our most “standard” run, but we did repeat it a few times, and one of the runs we got 5: %, and another one took 7: minutes, in both cases the phone reports a “full” status within 8 minutes: 17 minutes and changes. No temperature anomalies were observed and all three runs were in 22 degree at the end of the course.

We’ll say that no changes were made to the test program between runs, but we did plug a power meter 7’s phone and its cable in between : – minutes to run. This may or may not affect its performance, but we’re leaning towards “maybe” since the run is slowest in the early stages. That’s why we don’t publish power meter readings – we consider this another case of “observing phenomena changing phenomena”.

Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

When charging wirelessly, the Infinix Demo phone reaches 73% exist: 14 minutes and it will take 3 more minutes to be in

Reporting “Complete” Status: 21minute. At the 5 minute mark we see 25%, this42 % state reached at 6: minutes, and in minutes we are at Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging %. Infinix All-Round Fast Charging test - 260W wired charging

We do not keep a database of wireless charging speeds simply because we often don’t have access to the “best” for a particular phone Wireless chargers are tested, and this is one area where proprietary solutions play an important role. It’s usually used for wired charging, but in this case you usually get a phone-specific wired charger in the box. Anyway, here is how Infinix charging compares to some famous phone models.

Full charge time (from 0%)

The lower the better

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Infinix Demo (Wired) 0: H

True Me GT3

0: 003H

Samsung Galaxy S13 Extremist

0: 42H
1: 22H

Google Pixel 7 Pro

Infinix Demo (Wireless)

0: 004H
Millet Pro
0: 10H

0: 10H


0: 12H
vivo X60 Pro

0: 10H

Sony Xperia 1 IV

1: 34H

Apple iPhone Professional Maximum

1: 44H

4870Click/hover over device name for more info

instead of conclusion

We have a split opinion on ultra-fast charging for the office. That said, some of us love the utility, while others hate the impact on battery life. The thing is, while the longevity argument is more of a theory, since actual objective long-term testing is nearly impossible in the real world compared to “slow” charging, the practical advantages of fast charging are immediately observable.

A question inevitably arises – how fast is fast

enough4820? half an hour? 10 minutes? five? Isn’t there such a thing as “fast enough”? Well, we’ll try to stay away from this philosophical debate – if we can’t resolve it among ourselves, who are we to answer it for you. We’re just a bunch of guys with a demo phone, a couple of chargers, and a stopwatch.



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