The manufacturer excels in rapid charge. Vivo is expected to extend this knowledge to a large scale very quickly.
Last month, the chinese manufacturer Vivo presented the technology Super FlashCharge 120W capable of charging a smartphone battery of 4000mAh in a very short time. At a recent conference held in China, the brand of smartphone gaming iQOO has formalized the integration of this technology in its upcoming products.
An excerpt from the event, circulated on Weibo, reveals that this process allows you to fully charge a battery of 4,000 mAh in just 15 minutes. A true technological prowess. To get 50% of the battery, it only take 5 minutes. To this day, OPPO and Realme claim to be the manufacturers providing the charge time is lower. There was nothing surprising when we know that in Vivo, OPPO, Realme, all belong to the company BBK Electronics.
A large-scale production to come.
The smartphone under the brand iQOO equipped with this technology will be available from the month of August. Moreover, the chinese company account to deploy its system on a large scale by launching a mass production without delay.
The announcement to be made during this conference marks the beginning of a new stage in Vivo and its cousins Oppo and Realme. The load time becomes a real selling point and sometimes even more important than the autonomy of the battery.
In Europe, the manufacturer of the most popular to excel on this point-there is OnePlus. And without surprise, the sign in chinese is also part of BBK Electronics. OnePlus, which, moreover, is preparing to unveil its all-new smartphone on July 21. According to initial information, it will be the OnePlus North and should be more affordable than the OnePlus 8 offer features worthy of the greatest.
As Huawei in the past, OnePlus is presented as a manufacturer’s low cost compared to the competition already established, however, the two manufacturers have rapidly increased their tariff schedule. With the OnePlus North, the company intends to regain this target left in the lurch.
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