Reno Ace uses 65W charging standard, fully charges the battery in under 30 minutes, much faster than Oppo VOOC 3.0 technology.
A video of charging process for a new smartphone was uploaded to Oppo on Weibo official page yesterday. In less than 30 minutes, the device uses 39% VOOC 3.0 technology, the Reno Ace is fully charged.
Oppo also issued a warning about some test conditions that may not be the same for each specific use case. In addition, the battery of the two cameras in the video starts at 10% instead of being lower in many usage scenarios.
Reno Ace will probably feature a 4,000 mAh battery, the latest 65W fast charging standard. It will also be Oppo’s first model to feature a 90 Hz screen.
The smartphone market has recently seen a rush in fast charging technology alongside the number of cameras or full screen displays. In addition to Oppo with SuperVOOC for 50W charging capacity, Huawei has SuperCharge 55W, Samsung also has Super Fast Charging 2.0 with 45W capacity or Apple has just joined the fast charging trend with a “modest” 18W power on iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max.
Meanwhile, Realme – another smartphone branch of Oppo – also “teases” fast charging technology Super VOOC 80W. Even Xiaomi recently demonstrated the Mi Charge Turbo super-fast charging technology, which promises to support charging capacity up to 100W, equivalent to high-configuration laptops and more than double the capacity of the ministries. Fast charging comes from Samsung, Oppo or Huawei now.
Some experts say that fast charging will be an indispensable factor for users when choosing to buy smartphones today and the near future, especially when battery technology is limited.