Xiaomi 80w Wireless Charger with Mi 11 Ultra


tamiya7676

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Hi All,

I have a Xiaomi 80w Wireless Charger to charge my Mi 11 Ultra. Normally I will leave my phone on the charger overnight. Is it normal, every morning the phone and the charger are warm? Does Wireless charging stop after the battery is fully charged? I tried to Google but can't find any answers.

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resurgence

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Hi All,

I have a Xiaomi 80w Wireless Charger to charge my Mi 11 Ultra. Normally I will leave my phone on the charger overnight. Is it normal, every morning the phone and the charger are warm? Does Wireless charging stop after the battery is fully charged? I tried to Google but can't find any answers.

Thanks
never leave your phone on a charger after it charges to 80%
 
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That is only good advice if you really, really want to stretch your battery longevity. In my opinion it is a bit stupid not to use the full capacity of your device, just to squeeze out a few percent battery health after 3-4 years.

As to your original question, it is normal for wireless charging to warm up your device, and I assume with an 80W wireless charger, the heat can be relatively high.
 

resurgence

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That is only good advice if you really, really want to stretch your battery longevity. In my opinion it is a bit stupid not to use the full capacity of your device, just to squeeze out a few percent battery health after 3-4 years.

As to your original question, it is normal for wireless charging to warm up your device, and I assume with an 80W wireless charger, the heat can be relatively high.
Wait what? Why wouldn't you want to stretch the longevity of your battery? And no, we're not talking a few percent, we're talking 10-20% more battery health after 3-4 years. Heck even charging to 90% is still heaps better than 100%.

Its scientifically proven and debating it is pointless. Research shows that after 80 percent, your charger must hold your battery at a constant high voltage to get to 100 percent, and this constant voltage does the most damage.

Don't post stupid generic statistics when you have no idea what you're talking about.
 

Intrance

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Wait what? Why wouldn't you want to stretch the longevity of your battery? And no, we're not talking a few percent, we're talking 10-20% more battery health after 3-4 years. Heck even charging to 90% is still heaps better than 100%.
I am just going to disregard your rude anonymous internet know-it-all-but-won't-provide-sources-for-my-so-called-facts comments.

But I for one do not enjoy micromanaging when and how much I charge. I have not done that with any phone I have owned for the past 15 years, nor has it been necessary. While you only get partial use out of your battery, I enjoy mine fully. And in my experience, that has not drastically worsened my battery health in the amounts that you speak of.

Recommending this kind of stuff just gives people battery anxiety, lol. Anyway, on the ignore list you go, have a nice evening.
 

resurgence

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I am just going to disregard your rude anonymous internet know-it-all-but-won't-provide-sources-for-my-so-called-facts comments.

But I for one do not enjoy micromanaging when and how much I charge. I have not done that with any phone I have owned for the past 15 years, nor has it been necessary. While you only get partial use out of your battery, I enjoy mine fully. And in my experience, that has not drastically worsened my battery health in the amounts that you speak of.

Recommending this kind of stuff just gives people battery anxiety, lol. Anyway, on the ignore list you go, have a nice evening.
It's called Accubattery charge alarm, no micromanaging required. Plus with a phone that charges as fast as the Xiaomi 11 Ultra you never need to charge your phone for more than 20 minutes anyway. You're using laziness as an excuse for being careful. Be lazy, get lazy results, the choice is yours, but don't try to justify your low standards by telling others to do the same.