OPPO‘s SuperVOOC fast charging technology is unarguably the fastest quick charge technology for handsets Today. Whereas OPPO is launching car chargers with the supersonic SuperVOOC feature, the manufacturer has disclosed that the tech will not be on the upcoming OPPO Reno. Rather, the Reno will have the most recent VOOC 3.0 tech.
The OPPO’s VP established this on Friday in a Weibo article, advertising some reasons why the Reno cannot have SuperVOOC tech. According to him, SuperVOOC has specific requirements regarding the physical size of the battery and space of the phone’s parts. Reno does not seem to meet these requirements instead, it ships with huge battery capacity and the dimensions could be too thin what would deliver the parts to be compacted. The quick charging technology will be powered by VOOC 3.0. Bryan Shen revealed that the fresh VOOC 3.0 uses a completely new tech which brings the total charging time to 23.8% faster than the present VOOC 2.0. The VOOC fast charging technology is based on a small voltage pulse algorithm and customized super battery created by the manufacturer. The charging tech churns out 20W of power just which includes OnePlus’s Dash Charge and allows you recharge your cameraphone from 0 – 75% in 30 minutes.
OPPO’s flight to the limelight in the cameraphone industry was perhaps propelled by the VOOC flash charge tech that it used on its cameraphones. The company took the bar higher whenever it released the Super VOOC Flash Charge tech at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016. The technology only found its way to the Find X Lamborghini edition that was released last year. Particularly, the Find X Lamborghini edition packs a 3,400mAh battery whereas the Reno is said to have a 4064mAh battery under its hood. Super VOOC could charge a 2500mAh battery in just 15 minutes or up to 45% in just 5 minutes. That is super fast and so, the company may have played safe by not using the technology on the Reno because it is not suited for massive batteries. We anticipate the VOOC 3.0 to suggests a fast charging functionality that is almost on par with SuperVOOC, though.