OPPO’s 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 is the fastest commercially available rapid charging technology for smartphones. Few OPPO and Realme phones such as Ace2, Reno4 series, and Realme X50 Pro 5G come equipped with the 65W fast charging technology brand. All of a sudden, the Chinese brand has revealed that it will be launching 125W Super Flash Charge technology on July 15.
Some Chinese smartphone manufacturers like Xiaomi and Vivo are gunning to launch 120W fast charging technologies. High-end features like 5G connectivity and high refresh rate displays are known to consume a lot of battery juice on 5G-ready phones. These brands are unlikely to increase the sizes of battery beyond 5,000mAh as it will increase the thickness of the smartphone. Hence, these companies are planning to considerably reduce charging times by providing faster rapid charging solutions.
OPPO is yet to reveal any details on the 125W fast charging technology that it will be launching at 3 PM (local time) on July 15. While other brands are working on 120W, OPPO’s 125W will be the industry’s fastest charging technology.
The Reno Ace introduced last year in October was the first phone to arrive with 65W SuperVOOC technology. The fast charging solution was able to charge the Reno Ace’s 4,000mAh battery in around 30 minutes. The OPPO Find X2, Find X2 Pro, Reno4, Reno4 Pro, and Ace2 are some of the phones that come with 65W fast charging support.
It is difficult to say which OPPO phone will be arriving with 125W fast charging technology. Probably, it could be seen on the next Ace series smartphone that is likely to launch in early Q4 this year.