A 4000mAh battery-powered phone may now be fully charged in 20 minutes thanks to new technology from OPPO. 125W wired charging technology and three different types of ultra-fast charging solutions were unveiled together with OPPO’s latest generation VOOC charging technology.
OPPO unveiled a 65-watt AirVOOC wireless charger at the introduction of the new charging technology in China. Additionally unveiled were a 110W tiny flash charger and a 50W mini SuperVOOC charger that fit in a pocket.
The 120W flash charging system, which is the world’s fastest new smartphone charging technology, can charge a 4000 mAh battery to 41% capacity in 5 minutes and 100% capacity in just 20 minutes, according to GSMArena.
Three charge pumps can be charged simultaneously with ten temperature sensors to safeguard the power cells and the smartphone. The 65W AirVOOC wireless flash charger features a circular design for improved cooling, a glass panel for heat dispersion, and an efficient parallel dual-coil setup.
The 4000mAh battery in this device can be fully charged in 30 minutes thanks to the 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 wired charging technology, which powers two charging coils simultaneously. The pocket-sized 50W small SuperVOOC charger has an 82.2 mm length and a 10.5 mm thickness, making it suitable for carrying in a purse.
The 18W phone charger-sized 100W compact flash charger is compatible with USB PD and USB PPS standards, including 50W. The company has stated that these chargers are ready to be sold on the market, but the launch date is not yet known.
More than 2,800 Flash charging technology patents have been submitted by OPPO, and the business has more than 157 million users of its VOOC technology.