On February 24, the Chinese manufacturer Oppo launched its new smartphone – The flagship Find X5 Pro Confirming that the device will support 80W fast charging. Today (28) during its presentation on Mobile World Congress (MWC), the company unveiled a new 150W portable charger for the well-known SuperVOOC system, and opened its new cellphone-compatible accessories line.
According to the tests provided by the company A smart phone With a 4,500mAh battery, it went from 1% to 50% in just five minutes – to reach 10% of capacity, it only took 15 minutes (the device is on, but in airplane mode).
The SuperVOOC system is proprietary – Oppo has more than 3,000 patents, 1,786 of which have already been approved and confirmed – but the new charger supports VoIP power delivery. USB and PPS protocols. In practice, systems that can be found in mobile phones, Notebooks and electronic devices in general.
The health of the battery was also detailed by Oppo, which revealed the presence of two distinct systems: the first – called Battery Health Engine – Consists of a unique management chip, capable of retaining up to 80% of the original cell capacity after 1,600 complete cycles (twice the average of 800 cycles in similar devices).
The other system is algorithm Worthy Smart Battery Healthwhich monitors the battery’s negative electrode for “dead lithium,” a problem in which lithium ions end up trapped and become unable to transmit electrical charges (due to which battery life is shortened).
Ironically, the first smartphone to use a 150W SuperVOOC charger is not one from Oppo, but a smartphone oneplus It intends to launch between March and April 2022.
It is worth noting that Oppo has also confirmed that it is running on a 200W system for its chargers.
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