Oppo Super VOOC Will Charge A Battery In Just 15 Minutes

Posted: Feb 23 2016, 12:11pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 23 2016, 9:51pm CST, in News | MWC

Oppo Super VOOC Will Charge A Battery In Just 15 Minutes

Oppo held a special press conference today at the MWC in Barcelona. Apart from the Smart Sensor Techology, the OIM also announced a new Super VOOC charging technology.

The Super VOOC will be used in the future headsets of the Chinese company.

The Super VOOC has a super ability of charging a 2,500mAh battery in just 15 minutes.

The VOOC in average, is capable of charging 45% in 5 minutes. The Super VOOC charging works with both microUSB and USB Type-C ports.

It requires the new Super VOOC Flash Charger plug, a new special cable and a connector made from high-quality military-grade materials.

Oppo has announced that it will be adding support for VOOC in its upcoming smartphones.

However, we are not sure when will we be seeing it because the technology will only be available when it enters mass production.

Oppo’s new VOOC charges at 5V and it is also capable of directly transmitting the power to the battery without any voltage conversion.

It means that we will be able to achieve up to 97% of charging efficiency.

VOOC Flash Charge has an MCU chip (flash core) in the adapter in order to achieve revolutionary voltage open-loop and multi-stage, constant-current charging.

Due to the difference in efficiency and charging mechanism, the temperature of the device working on the VOOC Flash would remain low.

VOOC Flash Charge-enabled devices will heat up by a maximum of only 3.3 degrees Celsius.

This in itself is a big achievement. Due to the safe regulation during the charging, you can use your Smartphones too.

If you try to use another charger along with the Oppo Smartphone built with Super VOOC, it will perform regular charging "due to the temperature spikes caused by quick charging and screen brightening simultaneously."

xOppo hopes that the technology would soon be available in future products.

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