OPPO just held an event for fast chargers. And considering that they made a special occasion for this, expect to be blown away by these new technologies.

Let’s start with the OPPO 125W Flash charge, which promises the standard 4,000mAh battery — found in most phones — to be fully charged in only 20 minutes. It’s also compatible with the older SuperVOOC and VOOC flash charge protocols. Plus, it supports most mainstream charging like 65W PD and 125W PPS. You can essentially charge a laptop with this.


It also has support for 20V 6.25A charging schemes, which improves the charging speeds without increasing the physical size of the charger. The 125W Flash charge is also equipped with better safety protection and 10 additional temperature sensors so it doesn’t blow up.

Next stop, we have the OPPO 65W AirVOOC, which is basically the fastest wireless charger in the market today. The company has developed its own isolated charge pump technology and parallel dual-coil design to achieve this feat.


We’ve seen 65W wired chargers on devices like the Find X2, but now, it’s on a wireless charger. As per OPPO, it can fill up a 4,000mAh battery from 0% to 100% in only 30 minutes.

Achieving this level of charging speed requires extra safety features. Which is why the AirVOOC is equipped with five-fold safety protection measures, apart from the foreign object detection. It’s also compatible with the Qi wireless charging standard.

Along with the new technology, OPPO also showcased a 65W AirVOOC prototype charger that comes with a cooler to avoid overheating.

Lastly, OPPO also introduced the OPPO 50W mini SuperVOOC and 110W mini flash charger for those who always want to carry a charger with them.


Despite the sheer power it provides, the 50W mini SuperVOOC is only the size of a business cardholder. Making it really compact and portable. It has support for the existing VOOC chargers, 27W PD, and 50W PPS, allowing you to use it on smartphones and laptops.

These new chargers are expected to come on smartphones that will be launching in the coming months as we enter the 5G era.

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