It has the fastest wireless charging to date!
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Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has already been dominating in manufacturing fast-charging solutions, and this time they are back with a bang!
The tech company announced a 125W system technology with a claim that it can fully charge a smartphone in 20 minutes, the highly advanced technology in the business!
The technology can charge a phone battery of 4,000mAh in just 20 minutes for upto 1 percent in five minutes. Woah, that goes like a flash!
If it turns out correct, then the company is going to beat its own previous record related to fast-charging a battery of similar size by almost 10 minutes.
No, it doesn’t mean you can plug in a regular-sized battery phone with a bigger adapter! Actually, all the cable, charger, and battery should be designed together for compatibility, efficiency and safety.
Oppo describes the phone that hasn’t been out for sale yet, has double-6C cells along with “breakthrough battery ratio,” and the charger imbedded with better power density properties thus it doesn’t have to be too big. Unlike the company’s previous USB-A VOOC chargers, the new technology uses USB-C at cable’s both ends.
Oppo has not yet announced the phone for purchase yet, however, it usually displays features like this earlier its commercial announcement. The current record for the fastest charging phone holds Oppo Reno Ace with 4,000mAh battery that can fully charge the phone in 31 minutes through its charger of 65W.
Vivo that shares technology partnership with Oppo, proclaimed 120W tech previous year that they claim can charge a 4,000mAh battery in almost 13 minutes, however, it is not yet added in any phone.
Earlier Oppo hasn’t done anything to engineer wireless charging, than just announcing its first wireless charging at the start of the year, but now the company is only claiming to own the fastest wireless charging too.
Its new 65W AirVOOC technology can wirelessly charge a battery of 4,000mAh in just 30 minutes, which sets the record of fast-wirelessly charging technology in the whole industry.
The company has designed a 65W AirVOOC charger, but it’s unclear when it will be shipped in the phones and available for purchase.
At last, Oppo is seizing the day by announcing a pair of compact adapters using GaN technology to trim their size. The company designed a charger compared to the business cardholder size with a 50W mini SuperVOOC, including a 110W mini flash charger that has a size of usual 18W charger.