OPPO will present its new 125W fast charge technology on Wednesday, July 15, which would be able to charge a battery in 15 minutes.
OPPO presented at the end of April the OPPO Find X2 Lite and the OPPO Find X2 Neo, devices that complete the family OPPO Find X2 of the company. However, the firm already has its hands on its future terminals, and it seems that the new OPPO will charge a battery in just 15 minutes thanks to the 125W fast charge.
The Chinese company already presented its fast charging technology last September SuperVOOC 2.0, a 65W technology capable of charging a 4000 mAh battery in just half an hour. Now the company will offer a fast charging speed of 125W on its new smartphone. A fast charge that will be presented next Wednesday, July 15, as confirmed OPPO on your official Twitter account with a short teaser video, and that would be able to fully charge a battery in just 15 minutes.
Presumably, as the Asian firm has managed to double charging speeds with a new solution, the successor to SuperVOOC 2.0 will likely be able to charge a smartphone with a 4000 mAh battery in just 15 minutes. Of course, to know all the details of OPPO’s new next-generation fast charging technology, you will have to wait a few more days for the moment, although there is already another company that has presented its 120W charging technology.
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OPPO will present its 125W fast charge on July 15
– OPPO (@oppo) July 13, 2020
Vivo’s iQOO has already announced its 120W charging technology, ensuring that you can charge a 4000 mAh dual-cell battery in as little as 15 minutes. So hopefully the new OPPO fast load will improve that record and even get you to do the same task in under fifteen minutes. This Wednesday, July 15, we will leave doubts and we will know all the details of this technology that will arrive with the next flagship of the firm, probably.
But that’s not all, as rumors also suggest that realme, which started as an OPPO sub-brand in 2018, would currently also be working on a 125W fast charge solution called “UltraDart” and that it could be officially announced later this month. What is clear is that brands continue to work to offer devices with the latest technology and that facilitate the daily life of users, and we already know that the battery is something fundamental for many when choosing a smartphone.
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