OnePlus recently launched its latest flagships for the year 2020, the OnePlus 8, and 8 Pro. These smartphones from the company are premium segment devices that start at hefty pricing. But, this time, they have nailed in every detail of the 8 Pro, making it a flagship-grade even within the camera’s department. Recently, the 65W charger got the certification, which may come to the upcoming flagships from OnePlus.
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Out of the box, OnePlus bundles a 30W WARP fast charging for the 8 and 8 Pro. Now, this isn’t any new task for the manufacturer to bring the fastest charging capabilities that they can. But other brands that are within their BBK electronics circles have been progressing with a much faster alternative.
OnePlus’s 65W Fast Charger Gets Certification
The brand which we are talking about is OPPO; they succeeded in bringing new technological advances in charging capabilities. Their latest charging evolution includes the 65W fast charger, which comes bundled with their OPPO Find X2 Pro called SuperVOOC 2.0.
Both the OnePlus and OPPO are from the same company BBK electronics. So, it wouldn’t be a tough job for OnePlus to slip in the same charging technology that OPPO uses for its latest smartphone. So, the company has certified a 10V/6.5A charger at TUV Rheinland.
The present 30W WARP charger takes from 0 to 63% in 30 minutes when the battery capacity of the OnePlus 8 Pro is 4,510mAh. The OPPO Find X2 Pro, on the other hand, can charge from 0 to 95% under 30 minutes only. It’s a radical change when we compare them side by side—the charging time of a 65W is remarkable.
The other smartphone manufacturers who already brought fast charging capabilities to their products are Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, which comes with a 50W adapter. Some of the Huawei and Honor smartphone series which feature up to 40W charging. The OPPO Reno Ace is the first debut of 65W fast charger.
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But, the 65W adapter that OnePlus will be bringing out for their next flagship has the higher charging rates in lower time. This technology contemplated to be a safer way as the TUV Rheinland from Germany will certify and assure it for no complications for consumers during usage.
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