If you are our lover you will know of the existence of a large network including the site Optoday.it. Just a few minutes ago we gave you the news about the technology of fastest charging in the world, at 125W, just by Oppo. Well, it is not the only company to have achieved an enviable goal as it also iQOO it has come to that, that is 120W. The sub-brand of Vivo it has indeed gained the second position in the world in terms of more powerful charging technology. Let's see together the details of this technology unveiled only today, but which will probably arrive in the market starting from August.
Vivo's sub-brand, iQOO, reaches second place in the ranking for charging power on smartphones with 120W
An important meeting was held in China this morning iQOO and his fans in which news of the new technology was announced. Through large sums of money in Research and Development, the brand has reached the almost record power of 120W. Almost because Oppo thought about overcoming it with its 125W VOOC. The name of the technology in question is iQOO Flash Charge and promises to recharge a battery from 4.000 mAh in 15 minutes only.
As we can see from the images above, the Chinese company has achieved this important goal separating the batteries. It is not new that the charging cells are more than one on smartphones and indeed, the more powerful the recharge the more the cells need to be more This happens because otherwise only one would end up burning and possibly catching fire. Considering that 60W are now a safe line for iQOO
In terms of performance we see that in just 9:30 minutes the battery of this prototype has reached 73% charge. This means that in about 15 minutes you can get to full charge. We said "prototype" not by chance: this technology is very expensive as well as difficult to integrate into smartphones and in fact the company said that it still takes some time before entering the phase "mass production". By this we mean that before seeing an iQOO smartphone with charging from 120W some time will pass. As far as we know, ad August we should have more reliable news.
Source | Weibo