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OPPO Phones to Support 80W Fast Charging, Claims New Leak

The SuperVOOC 2.0 by OPPO is currently the fastest commercially available fast charging technology. Few of the OPPO and Realme phones are equipped with 65W fast charging capabilities. Fresh information reveals that the upcoming SuperVOOC 3.0 will come with support for 80W rapid charging.

According to a tipster from China, OPPO is working on SuperVOOC 3.0 technology that will deliver maximum charging speeds of 80W. That is a significant increase in the charging rate compared to the SuperVOOC 2.0 technology that was introduced last year.

The tipster has revealed that technology will be made available next year. Hence, there is a possibility that the next year’s flagship phones such as Find X3 series, Ace3, and Realme X60 Pro could be some of the phones that may come with SuperVOOC 3.0. The new charging rate is expected to offer 20V voltage and 4A current.

OPPO is yet to confirm on the next-generation edition of the SuperVOOC charging technology. The 65W fast charging technology can completely charge a 4,000mAh phone within 30 minutes. The 80W rapid charging tech is expected to reduce the charging times by a few more minutes on a phone with the same-sized of battery.

Lenovo will be soon launching the Lenovo Legion gaming phone. The company has confirmed that it will be arriving with 90W fast charging technology. Recently, a leaked video showcasing the 120W Xioami charger had appeared on Weibo. Hence, it appears that the charging times are likely to significantly reduce in 2021 flagship phones.

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