OPPO has showcased their latest VOOC flash charging technology pushing up to 125W at the Shanghai Mobile World Congress (MWC). He also announced new partners for their ‘Flash Initiative’ project, which aims to transfer the company’s VOOC flash charges to other companies by licensing the technology to them. The new round of partners includes FAW-Volkswagen, Anker and NXP Semiconductors.
Oppo 125W flash charger
Oppo ‘s latest fast charger is a 125W, which, the company says, is capable of charging a 4,000mAh phone battery to 100 percent in just 20 minutes. When asked which phones will receive the 125W fast charge support, the company said it would be included in future devices, and the technology was ready for mass production. It also featured a new 65W AirVOOC wireless flash charger, which can deliver a 4000 mAh battery to 100 percent charge in just 30 minutes.
It also showcased a new Super VOOC 50W charger, which can be used to power smartphones, laptops and tablets as well.
Oppo ‘s’ Flash Campaign’
As part of the project, Oppo will license its VOOC flash charging technology to players such as Anker, FAW-Volkswagen, and NXP Semiconductors. The idea is to bring Oppo’s proprietary cost-cutting technology to areas such as cars, mobile cost, and chip manufacturing as well.
With the Flash Initiative, Oppo’s fast cost could make its way to Audi cars in China, and to Anker’s portable cost banks, the company revealed.
Oppo holds nearly 1,400 patent patents worldwide, and has applied for 2950 in total. The Chinese player has licensed his patents to around 40 companies so far.
Oppo 5G device, Oppo X 2021 rollable display phone
Oppo was also showcasing its next-generation 5G products, including its Omni 5G Customer Building Equipment (CPE). When someone inserts a 5G SIM card into the Omni, it converts the 5G mobile signal to a stable Wi-Fi connection. The Omni includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 modem, which uses both 5G spectra for the signal.
Oppo is also showcasing its concept phone for the year, the Oppo X 2021, which was announced back in November 2020. The phone has a rollable display that can range from 6.7 to 7.4 inches .
The OPPO X 2021 rollable phone has an OLED display with no chips or folded lines and relies on the Warp Track proprietary screen laminate. This will allow Oppo to create an unregistered display as a flagship track. The phone also features the company’s own Roll Motor powertrain, which uses two drive motors to extend and retract it without stressing the display.