Xiaomi will improve battery and autonomy thanks to a new chip

In March of last year, Xiaomi presented the Surge C1. In the wake of what he did while alive, the Chinese giant piloted by Lei Jun has decided to try his hand at the production and development of a chip imaging (ISP) to be dedicated to the camera side of smartphones. Unfortunately, not all the latest generation smartphones are equipped with it: in fact for the moment only Xiaomi MIX Fold has integrated it. In any case, it seems that the colossus is also preparing some other surprise, such as a chip dedicated to the battery and its optimization: Surge G1.

After the Xiaomi Surge C1, or the imaging chip (ISP), the brand is preparing to launch the Surge G1, this time linked to the battery

As revealed by the prepared developer Kacper Skrzypek, who has already previously given us some succulent news, Xiaomi Surge G1 it will be one of the company's next chips. However, unlike the previous Surge C1 and the Surge P1 which is dedicated exclusively to recharging the battery, it seems that the Surge G1 will be dedicated to the battery and its autonomy. Specifically, the name Surge G1 appeared in reference to the smartphone "thor“, Which should be an iteration of the Xiaomi MIX series. We do not know if it will also arrive on a MIX Global, but it will certainly make its debut in China with great fanfare.

xiaomi surge g1

Unfortunately, at the moment we cannot nor know how to say more about Xiaomi Surge G1. However, the Polish developer claims that the chip in question could somehow replace Power by MiAware. Few know what it is and in fact it could not be otherwise given that it is an exclusive feature for China. Specifically, it is an algorithm for the'' optimization of battery life of smartphones. It is possible that the chip will debut this year, perhaps with the series Xiaomi 13.

Gianluca Cobucci

Gianluca Cobucci

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