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Oppo 125W FlashCharge: smartphone battery from 20 to 0 in 100 minutes

Oppo 125W FlashCharge / SuperVOOC Mini
Image: Oppo
(Post picture: © 2020 Oppo)

Oppo today announced new features in charging: with Oppo 125W FlashCharge you can charge your smartphone at lightning speed. The device should go from 20 to 0 in 100 minutes Procent charged. A 65W "AirVOOC" wireless charger and a 50W mini "SuperVOOC" charger were also presented.

Smartphones are becoming more and more powerful these days. Unfortunately, the manufacturers then forget to pay attention to the battery life and use a battery that is too small. One reason for this is that smartphones are supposed to be getting smaller and thinner, where there is no room for the battery. Many then turn to a different model if the smartphone runs out too quickly. However, if you were to buy a smartphone that could go from 20 to 0 in 100 minutes Procharges, but has a bad battery life? Rather.

Oppo 125W FlashCharge

Oppo 125W FlashCharge

Image: Oppo

In just 20 minutes, Oppo's 125 watt technology should fill up a 4.000 mAh battery. The temperature should nevertheless remain constant and in the low range. So they want to install 125 additional temperature sensors to monitor the charging status in the next 10W Oppo smartphones. How long will the battery last? You don't know - that's why you will still be able to charge with 65W or slower. This new hardware architecture supports a charging system of up to 20V at 6,25A.

Oppo 65W AirVOOC

Oppo 65W AirVOOC

Image: Oppo

Wireless charging will also be faster in the future with Oppos smartphones. While OnePlus with the Warp Charge 30 Wireless currently only manages 50 watts, Oppo should already be able to 65 watts here. This should make it possible to fully charge such a 4.000 mAh battery in 30 minutes.

Oppo 110W and 50W Mini SuperVOOC

Oppo 110W Mini Flash Charger

Image: Oppo

If you don't always want to take the huge power plug of the 125W FlashCharge charger with you, you will also be able to fall back on a small 110 watt and 50 watt charger. They are about the same size as a current 18W charger. An example of the size of this would be a current Apple power supply from the iPhones.

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