OPPO Reveals its MagSafe-like Charging Technology ‘MagVOOC’ – The smartphone manufacturing giant OPPO is gearing up to launch the MagVOOC, which is their version of Apple’s MagSafe. The OPPO MagVOOC is said to be a new charging solution by the company itself. However, the technical features of this charging method, appear to be similar to Apple’s MagSafe system.
During this week’s Smart China Expo 2021 in Chongqing, China, OPPO showcased its revolutionary magnetic quick charging technology. The new charging technology will be integrated into a variety of devices and accessories enabling quick charging and more. The MagVOOC product from OPPO is quite small, consisting of a 40W charging stand, a 20W charging pad, and a 20W wireless power bank.
Henry Duan, Vice President and President of Smartphone Product at OPPO stated
The OPPO Ace 2 with a 4,000mAh battery can be fully charged in 56 minutes at 40W, according to OPPO’s MagVOOC charging stand. Older phones, such as the OPPO Find X3, can still be charged at 30W. It’s unclear whether these phones will require an attachment item, such as a case, in order to function with a MagVOOC charger. The charging station is compatible with the Qi standard and can charge compatible devices, including accessories, wirelessly at up to 15W.
When compared to wired charging, the company claims that the wireless flash charging stand will save users up to 60% of configuration. This is simply a fancy way of stating you won’t have to seek a power outlet to connect your charging adaptor into on a regular basis.
Oppo Air Charging can deliver up to 7.5W of charge to a phone from a short distance and at a variety of angles (the phone does not need to be perfectly alighted). You can also use your phone while charging it. The new MagVOOC products’ pricing and availability have yet to be confirmed by OPPO. But, we expect to learn more about it in near future.
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