OPPO introduced the world's fastest wired and wireless charging systems
OPPO introduced the fastest charging fast-charging technologies available today, including wired at 125 watts and wireless at 65 watts. With their help, recharge smartphones in a matter of minutes. In addition, the vendor demonstrated a compact high-power chargers.
The new 125W OPPO charger uses direct charge technology, which allows you to recharge the 4000 mAh battery by 41% in just 5 minutes, and it takes 20 minutes to fully charge up to 100%. The device is compatible with previous fast charging protocols, including SuperVOOC and VOOC, and supports other common standards, including 65W PD and 125W PPS.
The 125 W fast-charging system was created on the basis of SuperVOOC with a modified structure. It operates in 20 V / 6.25 A mode and is equipped with ten additional temperature sensors that monitor the charging process for maximum process safety.
65W AirVOOC Wireless Charging delivers faster speeds than many traditional wired solutions. It is built on the basis of proprietary OPPO technologies with separate charge pumping and a parallel design with two coils to increase the efficiency of the process.
AirVOOC allows you to fully charge a 4000 mAh battery in just 30 minutes. The system has received five degrees of protection and is compatible with the Qi standard.
The bottom of the AirVOOC charging station is equipped with a semiconductor heat exchanger that provides heat dissipation during operation. This allows you to avoid strong heating of the smartphone during the "recharging".
The compact OPPO 50W mini SuperVOOC charger is only 10.5 mm thick and weighs 60 grams. It supports not only VOOC technology but also other common fast-charging protocols such as 27 W PD and 50 W PPS. The accessory is compatible with various third-party devices, including smartphones and laptops.
The OPPO 110W mini accessory with a power of 110 W is comparable in size to the adapters with a power of 18 W. Instead of an electrolytic capacitor, the device uses high-frequency switching power supply technology. In addition, the charging system uses a two-level circuit for efficient energy conversion and temperature control.
The timing of smartphones that support the new fast charging standards has not yet been announced.