OPPO presents 125W fast charging & 65W AirVOOC

by Timo15 JULY 2020
OPPO breaks one quick charge record after another. The company has now introduced new charging technologies that charge with up to 125 watts and wireless with 65 watts (AirVOOC). A 4000 mAh battery is fully charged in just 20 minutes!

Higher, faster, OPPO

125W fast charging technology

OPPO 125W flash charge.

OPPO sets a new milestone in terms of fast charging technology. As a further development of the SuperVOOC technology, the new one loads Flash charge standard the smartphone with up 125 watts (20V / 6.25A) on. A 4000 mAh battery can be charged to 5 percent in 41 minutes. The battery is even fully charged in just 20 minutes! To enable the performance boost, OPPO has extensively revised the hardware architecture of the new charging system. Smaller and the same size more powerful components ensure less energy loss with higher efficiency.

An overview of the new OPPO quick chargers.

An overview of the new OPPO quick chargers.

To master the enormous performance, OPPO also has the Security protection functions of the system. More than 10 temperature sensors, sophisticated surge protection, and a secure 128-bit encryption algorithm monitor the charging process and ensure maximum security. Incidentally, the new fast charging technology is also the same as the previous ones SuperVOOC and VOOC quick charge protocols compatible. At the same time, the common protocols such as 65W PD and 125W PPS are supported.


65W AirVOOC fast charging technology.

In addition, OPPO has the new one 65 watt AirVOOC fast charging technology with parallel double coil design and Qi compatibility presented. The wireless charging standard fully charges a 4000 mAh battery in just 30 minutes. Here too, OPPO has integrated several mechanisms that make the charging process particularly safe. Using the example of the also presented conceptual 65W AirVOOC charger foreign bodies are recognized and effective heat regulation by means of semiconductor coolers and ventilation is achieved.

Source: Press Release

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