HomeNewsInfinix launches its 260W Wired, 110W Wireless All-Round FastCharge Technology

Infinix launches its 260W Wired, 110W Wireless All-Round FastCharge Technology


Following rumours, Infinix has officially unveiled its 260W FastCharge and 110W Wireless FastCharge solutions, called “All-Round FastCharge,” which provide users with flexible, safe, and smart fast charging experiences in all scenarios.

Infinix 260W All-Round FastCharge: Features

According to the company, the 260W All-Round FastCharge can charge a phone with a 4400mAh battery up to 25% in 1 minute and complete a 1-100% charge in just 7.5 minutes.

The charging architecture employs a 4-Pump Intelligent Circuit Design, which intelligently identifies power requirements and assigns the number of charge pumps required to function, as well as an upgraded 12C high-rate 4400mAh battery with a multi-electrode lug structure, which ensures a high charging conversion efficiency of up to 98.5% while also increasing battery durability. According to the company, the battery retains more than 90% of its energy after 1,000 cycles.

The charger uses triple GaN material (PFC + AHB) in an innovative circuit architecture, that has high power density, a small size, more intelligent and safe charging control, and a wider range of chargeable products.

The charging cable adapts an Emarker identification chip with a new interface structure. This cable can carry a current up to 13 A, and when combined with Infinix’s customized fast charging protocol, it ensures that 260 W of high-power, extreme fast charging is possible, said the company.

Infinix 110W Wireless All-Round FastCharge: Features

The 110W Wireless All-Round FastCharge can fully charge a device in 16 minutes. Infinix claims that it overcomes traditional architectural limitations, reduces coil internal resistance, lowers phone temperature rise, increases peak power charging time, and improves wireless charging efficiency by using custom-made, small-sensitive coils with fewer coils than traditional designs and wider coils in the same space.

The 110W wireless charger is made to order and has a dual coil design that allows for both vertical and horizontal charging. A fan at the base of the charge station provides silent air cooling, which improves heat dissipation efficiency in typically hot areas.

Infinix All-Round FastCharge Solution

According to Infinix, it has created an innovative charging solution called All-Round FastCharge that is fast, flexible, smart, and safe. Its goal is to provide a seamless and convenient charging experience that meets all of the needs of the consumer.

The solution supports both wired and wireless fast charging, as well as reverse and bypass charging and multi-protocol charging. With wired and wireless dual fast charging, this device promises a superior on-the-go charging experience.

It supports multiple fast charging protocols, including PD 3.0, and includes intelligent charging and monitoring features such as night charging and bypass charging to extend battery life and reduce heat.

Infinix claims that its solution includes over 140 protection mechanisms and 20 temperature sensors, ensuring safe operation even in extreme conditions.


According to Infinix, the All-Round FastCharge will be available with the upcoming NOTE series, which should be the Infinix 13. More information should be available later this year.

Liang Zhang, Deputy General Manager at Infinix, commented on the new charging technology:

Infinix has always been at the forefront of developing fast charging technologies that meet the evolving needs of our customers. We always prioritize the overall charging experience while leading the development of fast charge technologies, including our previous industry-leading technologies, the 160W Fast Charge and 180W Thunder Charge. Building on this, we are excited to introduce the 260W & 110W-Wireless All-Round Fast Charge technology and All-Round FastCharge solution, which sets a new benchmark for fast charging. With this innovation, we aim to provide our users with a supreme charging experience.

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