Gallium nitride – a mini-revolution in the charger market?

Xiaomi, along with new flagship smartphones, has released a new charger. It has a power of 65 W and is distinguished by the fact that it is one of the first or even the first memory for smartphones (and not only), using gallium nitride (GaN).

It was the use of this material that allowed Xiaomi to make the new product significantly more compact than other chargers of the same power.

According to the source, other manufacturers are also going to start using gallium nitride. In particular, these are Huawei, Samsung, Oppo and even Apple. Moreover, the source says about the same 65 watts in all cases, which seems a little strange.

Given the power, this memory can be used not only with smartphones, but also with tablets and even a considerable number of laptops. For example, a 30 W charger is supplied with the MacBook Air, and 61 W with a 13-inch MacBook Pro.

However, if Apple really releases a new memory with gallium nitride, it is not a fact that it will put it in a kit with any device – Apple likes in such cases to earn extra money by selling such products.

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