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Just half an hour the Oppo Reno Ace will be #fully charged
With its Lamborghini Find X model, #Oppo has led the way already in fast charging. Now with the Reno Ace, it sets its own records.
Thanks to its SuperVOOC 5V, 10A, 50W high #loading facility, the Lamborghini Find X promised quick load in just 35 minutes. Oppo did make the process somehow faster and claims that in just 30 minutes the Reno Ace will be full of charge.
This is thanks to the SuperVOOC improved technology that now packs a 65-watt punch and doesn’t waste #time to complement the 4000 mAh battery in the phone. Oppo also says that the telephone for two hours should be prepared for a five-minute charge.
This is a major move for the industry at the moment, as Google has made USB slots mandatory for new Android handsets for fast charging. Vivo and Xiaomi have also made software quicker, but have not made it available on the market.
The Reno Ace is much cheaper than the Lamborghini Find X version, and Oppo was the first to deliver such velocities on an easily available phone. That was about £ 1500. The Reno Ace is taking off for the first time in China, starting at approximately £ 350 and worth 2.999 yuan.
The specifications are quite similar to OnePlus 7 T, a phone with a high performance and a beautiful, industry-leading camera. OnePlus and Oppo are sister companies, so it makes sense for us to see some parallels between their smartphone models, and the OnePlus 7 T is no bad thing.
In an industry-wide push towards #fast charging, the Oppo Reno Ace represents the latest move. It’s a #way for telephone companies to offer comfort that is hard-to-react and says “We’ve saved you x time.” As a result, the real question #will be if Oppo, having gained the fast-charging crown, can keep it.