OnePlus like Oppo: 65W recharge for her too

We know that more and more charging power in a smartphone is the most sought after feature. Oppo in this sense it manages to beat everyone in that, respectively for the cable and wireless, it has managed to get to 65W and 40W. Record then but still for poco considering that OnePlus is also trying to reach the "modest" figure of 65W for wired charging. A step forward that is worth double therefore, given that Warp Charge, this is the name of the brand's proprietary recharge, it stops at 30W. The certification of this technology arrived just yesterday.

Even OnePlus focuses so much on charging and manages to certify the very powerful 65W: more power = more speed

Yesterday the team of Mysmartprice managed to get their hands on the certification of this technology by TUV Rheinland Japan. This clearly speaks of one charging at 65W and the name of OnePlus it is there in large letters.

As we see in the image below, among the main features, we see 10W for 6.5A: 65W in total.

oneplus recharge 65w

Recall that OnePlus, together with its new top of the range 8 and 8 Pro

also presented the wireless charging dock that reaches 30W of power supplied.

So Pete Lau's company wants to join Brian Shen's (now ex-boss as we know) who seems to be working on one recharge by air. This, as revealed by the company itself, would work as a wireless but long distance, up to 10 meters. Clearly the guaranteed power is little, from 5 to 10 W overall which are not much.

In any case, with the advent of new technologies, it seems that everyone is adapting to higher level standards. Who knows where we will get. Maybe really alla recharge from 100W that Vivo has promised at the beginning of the year?

Via | Mysmartprice, Androidauthority

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