Chinese handset maker Oppo has made official its latest fast charge technology that will be powering its soon-to-be launched Oppo Reno Ace smartphone. To recall, last week Oppo’s vice president Brian Shen has confirmed that the Oppo Reno Ace smartphone will come equipped with 65W fast charge support. He also confirmed that the handset will be launched next month in October.

Now, the company has announced the new technology — called 65W SuperVOOC Fast Charge 2.0 — in its home country China. Oppo claims that using this technology, users will be able to attain ‘battery fully filled’ status for a completely drained handset offering 4000mAh battery in 30 minutes. Also, it is said to charge the device from 1% to 100% in 27 minutes. Five minutes of charging time will increase the battery up to 27%, claims Oppo. According to the company, it has been able to deliver this using “customized and advanced components, design, and manufacturing process to improve charging efficiency while suppressing heat generation.”

Besides this, Oppo has also unveiled 30W Wireless VOOC Flash Charge and VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 technologies.

The latest 30W wireless charging technology — that is compatible with the QI standard — is claimed to full charge a 4000mAh battery in 80 minutes. To enhance safety, Oppo has claimed to adopt several hardware designs to avoid overheating, HVDC and a foreign object detection function that is said to ensure charging stops immediately when the charging board detects the intrusion of foreign metal objects.


As for the VOOC Flash Charge 4.0, it is going to be Oppo’s next generation Flash Charge solution for all its smartphones. This VOOC 4.0 tech is said to be 12% faster than its predecessor and claimed to charge a 4000mAh battery to 67% in 30 minutes and 100% in 73 minutes. Moreover, Oppo says that the VOOC 4.0 is able to reduce the charging time required for charging the final 10% of battery capacity suing optimized VFC algorithm.

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