SuperVOOC and UltraDART: Fast charging from Oppo and Realme with up to 125 watts

SuperVOOC and UltraDART: Fast charging from Oppo and Realme with up to 125 watts

Oppo has announced 125W wired flash charging, and 65W wireless
Realme Launched new 125w charger named realme 125 Watt Ultra Dart Charger

The brands of the large Chinese company BKK Electronics, Oppo, Realme and IQOO, are once again powerfully upgrading their classic and 65 watt inductive versions for even faster quick charging with Airvooc, ""Supervooc" and "Ultradart". The top dogs are far behind.

After IQOO, also a brand from the group of BKK Electronics, had already announced its fast fast charging function Flashcharge with 120 watts, with which a battery with a nominal power of 4,000 mAh can be fully charged in less than 15 minutes, Oppo and Realme follow suit and present their interpretation of faster fast loading. Oneplus and Vivo are further brands in the Group.

Apple and Samsung suspended in quick charging

While Samsung with the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra (test) stagnates at 25 to 45 watts and users with the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro (test) even have to settle for 5 to 18 watts, the Chinese smartphone manufacturers are upgrading again.

Oppo Airvooc and Supervooc with up to 125 watts

Oppo smartphones are expected to load even faster in the classic and inductive future, which is why the company presented two new quick charging functions at the online presentation "Flash Forward" with Airvooc and Supervooc. In addition, Oppo shows two mini power supply versions that perform only slightly less.

The smallest wired representative is the compact and 60 gram light Mini Supervooc with 50 watts, which gets with the Mini Flash Charger an even stronger small "quick charger with 110 watts to the side.

The current tip, whether via a USB-C cable or inductive, is currently the 125 watt Flash Charger and the 65 watt Airvooc at Oppo. The Airvooc provides inductively the same power as a 65 Watt Supervooc and the Flash Charger with 125 Watt should provide for new bests.

SuperVOOC SuperVOOC 2.0 and SuperDart charging protocols
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Oppo promises to charge a 4,000 mAh battery up to 41 percent in 5 minutes and fully in 20 minutes with 125 watts. The solution should be compatible with previous Supervooc and VOOC rapid charging protocols.

With 65W Airvooc, users can fully charge a 4,000 mAh battery within 30 minutes, says Oppo. The company is using Airvooc’s novel insulated charging pump technology and parallel double-coil design to further increase the efficiency of wireless charging.

The manufacturer made the entire event "Flash Forward - Oppo Flash Sharging Global Launch" available via its Youtube account following the digital event.

Realme with Ultradart and 125 Watt to the market leader

Another contender for the crown of the fastest fast charging function is the Ultradart technology, which with 125 watts is to make the BKK subsidiary Realme according to its own information the market leader in the matter of fast charging of 5G smartphones.

Realme Ultradart strives for market leadership among 5G mobile phone quick charging systems.

Realme wants to be able to charge a battery with a rated power of 4,000 mAh with Ultradart and 125 watts within 3 minutes to 33 percent, after another 10 minutes the battery should be fully charged.

With 125W Ultradart, a 5G smartphone with a battery life of 4000 mAh can be charged to about 33% in 3 minutes. Without temperature control, a charge up to 100% battery level can be carried out in 13 minutes.

Ultradart should keep the smartphone or the battery at a temperature of around 40 degrees Celsius, which also results in shorter charging times. According to Realme, this should also benefit as many users as possible, which is why the manufacturer wants to offer the fast charging function with 125 watts in all price ranges, in order to allow everyone a leap forward".

Smartphones with support for the new fast charging functions of Oppo, Realme and IQOO are unlikely to be available this year. In the coming year, at least comparable solutions are expected from the established manufacturers.

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