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OPPO unveils new wired, wireless charging technologies

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Michael Tran: “Our VOOC Flash Charge technology has reshaped the way Australians view charging and has allowed us to bring the ultimate charging experience to more than 145 million users worldwide to date." Michael Tran: “Our VOOC Flash Charge technology has reshaped the way Australians view charging and has allowed us to bring the ultimate charging experience to more than 145 million users worldwide to date." Supplied

Smartphone maker OPPO has unveiled its next generation of flash charge technologies — 65W SuperVOOC Fast Charge 2.0 and 30W Wireless VOOC Flash Charge — and claims this gives it the leading position in this area.

In a statement, the company said SuperVOOC 2.0 was the most advanced production charging solution and could fully charge a 4000mAh battery in half an hour.

OPPO also talked up the 30W Wireless VOOC, calling it "one of the best wireless charging technologies on the market, enabling wireless VOOC, for the first time, to be on par with wired VOOC in terms of charging speed".

OPPO Australia managing director Michael Tran said: "These new updates to our industry-leading flash charging technology showcase OPPO’s unwavering efforts to push the boundaries and deliver innovations that meet the needs of everyday Aussies without compromising on quality or safety.

“Our VOOC Flash Charge technology has reshaped the way Australians view charging and has allowed us to bring the ultimate charging experience to more than 145 million users worldwide to date."

The statement said 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 used customised and advanced components to improve charging efficiency while suppressing heat generation. It also used Gallium Nitride semiconductors, lessening the charging time and reducing the adapter size.

Said Tran: “Power-demanding apps and the emerging 5G network will generate new demand for battery life and charging experience.

"OPPO has continuously upgraded its VOOC charging technologies, allowing users to charge whenever they want with however much time they have in their everyday lives.

“Moving forward, we will continue to optimise our VOOC technologies in response to user demand, developing industry-leading innovations that safely meet the demands of users.”

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