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Oppo’s upcoming fast charger can charge 4000 mAh battery in 10 mins

Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mondal is writer at TechGenyz

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Oppo, the Chinese smartphone manufacturing company, has been developing and bringing to the market fast-charging technology. Their venture has been a successful one, and the user feedback has been mostly positive.

The fast-charging technology is a tricky area to navigate since the problem of hampering the motherboard has always been there. But Oppo has navigated this particular troubled water with ease, and much discomfort. Oppo is not the only company engaged in manufacturing fast-chargers, neither is it the only successful one.

However, the company has managed to bring to the market the fastest phone charger which can charge a phone at 65W. Beating this record, the company is ready to introduce a technology on July 15 that will allow up to 125W super flash charge.

It may seem surreal at first, but it would not be long before Oppo materializes it. As per the report, the upcoming phone charging technology can fully charge a 4000 mAh battery just 10 mins. Some sources are firm in their belief that the company will soon release a press notification pertaining to the release of this new technology.

Furthermore, Oppo is also believed to host a demo station that will showcase the new technology to a few of its members of the media in China. Certainly, any technology of this stature demands more information to be released to the public, and for that, the consumers and the enthusiasts will have to wait till the company has made an official announcement.

Oppo has been spearheading the fast-charging market for the past couple of years. It was one of the first companies to come up with a 30W charging, and now that is available even to midrange Realme smartphones. It should be noted that Oppo was the first company to introduce 50W SuperVOOC as far back as June 2019. As for the release date of Oppo’s new technology, we will have to wait for an official announcement.


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