The well-known Chinese company Oppo is currently at the top in terms of fast charging. Together with its partner company Realme reported its new ultra fast 125 watt charging. The word is about 125 W Flash Chargewhich replenishes the battery extremely quickly.
A leader in fast charging
At present, Oppo owns up to 3 main fast charging technologies. Specifically, it is about VOOC, SuperVOOC a Airvooc. Currently, the company is pushing the bar even higher by introducing super fast 125 W charging.
The great charging speed is especially unique. According to the company itself, 125 W super charging can achieve up to 41% charge the battery for only 5 minutes. Plus, what's classic 4 mAh battery, it is said to be able to fully charge it already in 20 minutes.
If this information is true, if necessary, a 5-minute pause will be enough to reach almost half the battery capacity.
- OPPO (@oppo) July 15, 2020
Cooling is not a problem
Another great news is that there is no need to worry about overheating during charging. Oppo has solved the problem by adding additional temperature sensors. In this case, it is the total number 14 sensors. These ensure that the temperature of the smartphone does not exceed the limit during charging 40 ° C.
Oppo also states that 125 W super fast charging can be used for everything. Whether it's a smartphone, tablet or laptop, you can No problem charge. No need to worry about the charging protocol. The technology supports PPS, PD and QC, etc. In other words, as long as it meets the standards USB Type - C, you can charge.
125 W Flash Charge Charging has up to 5 levels security. This makes it not only fast but also safe. What's more, he supports A 12,5 current input, multi-pole ear technology and contains special dual 6C cells. Furthermore, 3 charging pumps are connected in parallel, and the conversion efficiency is up to 98%.
In order to maintain the energy density of the super fast 125 W charging technology, it focuses on higher charging currents. This keeps the temperature normal and also reduces charging time. The diagram shows 20 V DC at 6,25 A.
Oppo expects from its 125 W Flash Charge charging that the technology represents a significant upgrade to the existing SuperVOOC system. Unfortunately, it has not been announced when we will see a device with such technology.
However, as this technology has been officially introduced, we can hope to see the technology on the company's flagships.