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OPPO Makes its Insane 125w Flash Charge Tech Official

Also introduces class-leading 65w AirVOOC wireless charging tech

OPPO officially unwraps the latest iteration of its fast charging tech with the 125w flash charge wired charging solution and 65w AirVOOC wireless charging solution.

The 125w flash charge is the fastest wired charging standard for mobile phones. Utilizing a maximum charging scheme of 20V and 6.25A, OPPO’s latest wired charging tech can fill up a 4000mAh battery to 41% in 5 minutes and 100% in 20 minutes. The new tech is compatible with previous-generation SuperVOOC and VOOC flash charge tech, along with the more common charging protocols like 65w USB-PD and 36w QuickCharge 4+.

Aside from having a higher maximum voltage and amperage output, OPPO’s 125w flash charge solution has 10 additional temperature sensors that monitor the charging status and ensure maximum safety during charging. As for the battery, OPPO uses a Multi-Tab Double 6C battery cell, which allows for high voltage charging.

Aside from fast wired charging speeds, OPPO also announced the fastest wireless charging solution with the 65w AirVOOC tech, which can wirelessly top up a 4000mAh battery to 100% in 30 minutes. It is just as efficient as the brand’s 65w SuperVOOC wired charging solution.

For this new wireless charging solution, OPPO makes use of its in-house isolated charge pump technology and parallel dual-coil design for better wireless charging efficiency, along with five-fold safety protection measures and foreign object detection function for added safety.

To address heating issues, the charging base comes with a semiconductor cooler to reduce temps as much as 2 degrees Celsius when charging wirelessly. 

Rounding up its announcements are two ultra-compact chargers. The 50w mini SuperVOOC charger weighs just 60g and can fit in one’s pocket while providing 50w wired charging speed. The 110w mini flash charger has roughly the same size as a 18w charger while boasting a maximum 110w wired charging speeds.

Both make use of GaN tech to keep their compact size while delivering fast charging speeds.

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