In 20 minutes, the Chinese based Smartphone, OPPO boasts that its new 125W flash charge tech can charge your Smartphone from exactly 0 to 100%. It is unarguably that major Smartphone brands are now breaking a series of limits.
Of course, it is widely known that OPPO is certainly the pioneer in introducing fast-charging solutions. And with the new OPPO 125W flash charge, the company claims that it is the most advanced in the industry.
The newly announced 125W flash charge arrives with an advanced encryption algorithm, strict temperature control regulators, 65W AirVOOC wireless flash charge, 50W mini SuperVOOC ultra-small portable charger, and 110W mini flash charger.
OPPO was behind the tech used in the Dash Charge system used in OnePlus phones, and it has been doing pretty well. But the company’s new 125W flash charge is definitely superb in the fast charging tech.
The company said that the 125W flash charge tech can easily charge a phone with 4000mAh battery from 0 to 100% in 20 minutes, and 5 minutes of charging takes the battery to 41%, and it reaches 50% in about 7 minutes.
Assuming this is exactly what we are expecting, OPPO just beats its own fast-charging record of 4000mAh battery phone but in 10 minutes. This new tech supports mobile phones with SuperVOOC and VOOC flash charge protocols and even laptops with 65W PD and 125W PPS.
In order to comfortably monitor the charging status and ensure maximum safety during charging, the company said the temperature sensors has been increased to 14 compared to 65W, and the mobile phone temperature does not exceed 40℃ during charging.
— OPPO (@oppo) July 15, 2020
You can easily build a big power adapter and plugging it into a regular phone, but that is not the matter, as the charger, cable, and battery needs more attention, for safety and efficiency.
OPPO also said that the phone, which isn’t yet a commercial product is equipped with dual 6C cells with multiple tab structures, charge pumps, and a highly integrated MCU to improve charging efficiency, which is up to 98%.
Alongside this, it uses fuse overvoltage protection measures. Unlike Oppo’s previous USB-A VOOC chargers, it uses USB Type-C at both ends of the cable, as well as a 128-bit high-strength encryption algorithm to enhance safety.
OPPO also introduced its new 65W AirVOOC wireless flash charge, and the company boasts that the 65W AirVOOC tech can wirelessly charge a 4,000mAh battery in 30 minutes.
And with the wireless technology coming straight up, this will even make it faster than any currently available wired solution, but the company announced its first phone to use the wireless charging technology earlier this year.
OPPO equipped the bottom of the charger with a semiconductor cooler in order to adjust the heat entering and exiting, in return, it ensures that the handset is not hot after being charged. Which keeps the phone’s temperature over 2℃ lower than that of only using the fan to dissipate heat.
Lastly, OPPO also announced a 50W mini SuperVOOC charger, which is developed through multi-radian curve processing has a thickness of only 1.05cm making it extremely convenient to carry it in the pocket.
And 110W mini flash charger, which is similar to the size of a normal 18W charger. But uses innovative dual-level architecture to achieve high-efficiency power conversion and temperature rise control. These compact adapters use GaN technology to reduce its size.
There’s no word on when 65W AirVOOC charger will be available or when phones will support it. This also includes the OPPO’s 125W flash charge, and it was just last year, VIVO announced its own 120W tech that can charge a 4,000mAh battery in 13 minutes, but we are yet to see it on any phone.