Oppo has been working on fast charging technology for the past several years and now the Chinese company has introduced the most powerful 125 watt charger for smartphones.
During an event in China, the company introduced a variety of chargers, including a 125-watt, 50-watt mini Super VOOC charger, a 110-watt mini flash charger and a 65-watt AirVOOC wireless charger. Were
According to the company, the 125-watt flash charger technology is capable of charging a 4000 mAh battery at 41% in 5 minutes and 100% in 20 minutes.
To protect the power cell and smartphone from such fast charging, the technology has 3 parallel charge pumps that distribute the power.
In addition, OPPO has provided 10 additional temperature sensors for extra protection.
The AirVOOC Wireless Charger comes with a circular design for better cooling and a glass panel for heat dissipation.
The company said that this wireless charger has automatic charging pump separation technology which improves wireless charging.
This wireless charger is capable of fully charging a 4000 mAh battery in 30 minutes.
The company said that this charger is currently in the concept stage as it is not supported in any Oppo smartphone.
The 50 Watt Mini Super VOOC Charger is the size of a portable 4G modem that can be carried anywhere in your pocket or wallet.
It is compatible with VOOC protocols (4.0 to 30 watts), and can work on 27 and 50 watts PPS.
This mini charger has a feature called Plus Charging to provide adequate current.
The 110-watt mini charger is designed with the same idea in mind, but is slightly larger than all popular standard Super VOOCs up to 65 watts and VOOCs up to 30 watts.
Simply put, the 125-watt, 110-watt, 50-watt and 65-watt wireless chargers can work on phones from companies other than Oppo.
However, Oppo says other companies’ phones will have limited charging speeds, such as charging the Huawei P40 at 18 watts instead of 40.
For other companies’ phones, these chargers will be charged with the original cable provided with them.
Oppo has not yet commented on the price and availability of these chargers.