Oppo Super-Fast Charging Fully Charges Your Smartphone In 10 Minutes
Oppo is preparing to announce a super-fast 125-watt charging system. In theory, it will be able to fully replenish the battery power of a modern smartphone (with a capacity of 4000 mAh) in about ten minutes.
Super Flash Charge technology will officially be unveiled this Wednesday, July 15. As expected, at a special event, representatives of the company will share details of the new development, as well as name the timing of its appearance in commercial devices.
Oppo is the author of the fastest charging standard to date. It was one of the first companies to release a 30-watt charge, and now this technology is implemented even in low-cost Realme smartphones. In June 2018, Oppo introduced the Find X model with 50 W SuperVOOC technology. And in September 2019, it announced the SuperVOOC 2.0 with the highest power to date — 65 W. Super Flash Charge promises to increase this figure by almost half.
SuperVOOC 2.0 charges a smartphone with a 4000 mAh battery from zero to 100% in 30 minutes. A 5-minute charge is enough to use the device for 2 hours. Theoretically, Super Flash Charge will allow you to charge such a battery by a third in a few minutes.