The new Mi Car Charger Basic has two USB yield ports. One of them underpins Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, with 5V/3A, 9V/2A, and 12V/1.5A yields with the second port supporting just 5V/1A yield. The whole unit is made out of plastic.
In correlation, the standard Mi Car Charger underpins Quick Charge from the two its USB ports, albeit each can do 5V/2.4A and you can have maximize 3.6A happening to the two ports all the while. This model is likewise created out of aluminum and costs INR 699 ($10).
The value contrast isn’t tremendous, be that as it may, on the off chance that you just have one QC perfect gadget and couldn’t care less a ton about feel then you can spare a couple of bucks and run with the less expensive model.
Xiaomi has begun moving a less expensive form of its Mi Car Charger, appropriately called the Mi Car Charger Basic. This new model is evaluated at INR 449 ($6) and is accessible on Mi.com.