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Faster than fast: OPPO's VOOC Flash Charge

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AMMAN — The Reno6 series, recently launched by global technology brand OPPO comes equipped with the brands iconic VOOC Flash Charge. As a pioneer of the technology, OPPO takes a closer look into its leading flash charge technology and how it continues to shape the smartphone industry.اضافة اعلان

A must-have for users who use their smartphone to game, watch videos, and create amazing content, OPPO’s SuperVOOC Flash Charge is not only reliable and incredibly fast, it also uses the highest level of multi-layered protection with all key nodes including the adapter, USB cable, cellphone, and battery protected by intelligent chips.

With the popularization of apps like games and videos that consume huge amounts of power and large-scale commercial 5G use, there are new requirements for mobile phone battery life and charging experiences. Today, a quick five minute charge of a Reno6 Pro 5G smartphone using 65W SuperVOOC Flash Charge technology provides users with an impressive four hour video watch time or 100 minutes of PUBG MOBILE  gaming.

Guided by the user-led brand value, OPPO is continuously improving its VOOC Flash Charge technology to meet the different charging needs of users in all weathers, across multiple devices, in any number of situations, and to alleviate the “charge anxiety” of users in the 5G era.

OPPO rolled out its highly anticipated Reno6 Series on September 7, 2021. In 2014, the tech giant turned the phone charging market on its head when it pioneered its proprietary rapid change technology, “VOOC Flash Charge,” becoming the first in the industry to offer a low-voltage, fast-charging solution.

Since then, the global technology pioneer has continuously strived to improve and upgrade its VOOC technology to offer even faster and safer flash charging to millions of consumers worldwide.  

In 2018, it debuted SuperVOOC, which had twice the charging power of its predecessor. The following year, OPPO unveiled its 65W SuperVOOC 2.0, breaking the previous record. OPPO also unveiled its future cutting-edge 125W charging technology, 65W AirVOOC wireless flash charge, the ultra-small portable 50W mini SuperVOOC charger, as well as the 110W mini flash charger last year. In 2021, OPPO launched its new project — The Flash Initiative, at MWCSH, bringing its proprietary VOOC technology to automobiles, public spaces, and chips inside a wide variety of technologies.

Currently OPPO VOOC flash charge series has supported 30 plus OPPO models. Based on VOOC flash charge technology, OPPO has launched a variety of peripheral accessories including flash charge portable power banks, and flash charge car chargers, and reached cross-border cooperation with Gundam, Pokémon, EVA Evangelion, Detective Conan, and others to become a leader in the industry. 

As of June 2021, OPPO has over 195 milion flash charge users world wide, applied for more than 3,000 flash charge-related patents worldwide, owns over 1,500 granted patents, and has licensed the flash charge technology to nearly 40 companies.

As a leader in flash charge technology, OPPO attaches great importance to the building of a robust ecosystem that supports flash charge protocols widely used in the industry to deliver the benefits of its flash charge solutions to more users.  This year, OPPO took things to a whole new level with the launch of its latest project, The Flash Initiative, at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWCS), aims to bring faster charging to every area of  users’ lives including automobiles, public spaces, and charging accessories.

Tarek Zaki, Senior Product Manager of OPPO MEA said: “Modern-day smartphones come with big, bright screens and high-end features that consume huge amounts of power and increase battery drain. Based on this observation and guided by the user-led brand value, we are continuously improving our VOOC Flash Charge technology to meet the requirements of users in all climates and situations across multiple devices.”

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