Xiaomi launched a few weeks ago on the new Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro in overseas markets, and it did which comes with its new end with a 65W GaN charger which helped them take pride in their ultra fast charging technology up to 50W and wireless performance up to 30W.
A Chinese giant is actually getting its head added value to your smartphones, and if you already have a good list of phones compatible with HDR10 + content from Netflix, you can now check back enjoying the best fast charging on the market, both wires and wireless charging.
Still, and follow Murphy's seemingly every important rule, The Xiaomi 65W GaN mentioned charger has frogs at a company led by Lei Jun, and that is because its arrival in the market has been halted due potential risk that may affect the safety of users.
Xiaomi has wanted to continue one step ahead with the new Ultra accelerated technology, but as usual, teens' problems have hit its 65W GaN charger released to review its firmware.
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Apparently, the new 65W charger comes from Xiaomi uses gallium nitride technology has no problems with its operation but with its electronics, and that a security team from another company would have notified Xiaomi itself, according to reports that have happened these days, you are vulnerable to your firmware it can be dangerous.
In case you want to know more details, charge uses eFlash / MTP programmable chip troubleshooting potential problems in the future, making it easier for a Chinese company update the charging protocol with a smartphone or PC connected to a charger.
However, the firmware built into the device looks like it's hidingso it is completely accessible hackers and malicious users they can fix it without major problems, increasing for example the power to extract and destroy connected products, and all of these entities.
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Therefore, given the magnitude of the potential problem caused by some interference in the loading software, Xiaomi has chosen to monitor and withdraw its 65W GaN charger at a time
Fortunately there are not many units sold, we think none of them are from China, so The problem is limited and there is no significant impact. In addition, you should not be afraid of your ultra fast chargers, as there is no significant risk of explosion or fire in the batteries since Smartphones have surgical protection and relieve the load if there are problems.
To avoid confusion, most featured will be headphones or other types of gadgets they are provided with any kind of protection, so in the case of accessories we cannot fail to recommend that you always upload them using the inbox converters
Looking at your 65W Gallium Nitride charger, it looks like it Xiaomi is already working to solve this problem with software findings, and if there is any problem they make their customer service available to users.
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