Oppo announces super fast smartphone charging technology

Oppo announces super fast smartphone charging technology

At the on-going MWC 2016 exhibition the smartphone maker Oppo has presented a new technology that can charge your smartphone very quickly. The new technology is called SuperVOOC and according to Oppo it can charge a smartphone with a 2500 mAh battery from 0 per cent to 45 per cent in just 5 minutes and to 100 per cent in just 15 minutes.

The new SuperVOOC technology is an improved version of the VOOC technology that Oppo has been pushing in its smartphones for quite some time. The secret to this technology is hidden in the improved batteries inside Oppo’s smartphones; the power adaptor has remained the same.

Along with SuperVOOC Oppo has also unveiled the so-called SmartSensor technology, which is an image stabilization system, which is not implemented in the camera optics. Instead SuperSensor relies on sensors to do this. To stabilize images SuperSensor relies on the sensor movement and it does that very quickly – the technology needs just 15 ms to finish its job with inaccuracies being just 0.3 micrometers. In addition to this the new technology needs 50 times less power than before.

Oppo plans to implement these two new technologies in its smartphones very quickly so we should see them in action by the end of the year.

Source: Oppo

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