This post was most recently updated on October 22nd, 2019
Alongside two other flash charge technologies(30W wireless VOOC flash charge and VOOC flash charge 4.0), Oppo has introduced The 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 technology can charge a 4000mAh battery from 1% to 100% in just 27 minutes, and battery fully filled in 30 minutes(battery is not fully filled when the charging indicator hits 100%). The solution can also charge up to 27% in a mere five minutes. What is more interesting is that you can use your phone while fast-charging it with the cable charging 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 technology
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Use your Phone While Fast-charging it with Oppo Flash SuperVooc 2.0 Flash Charge
The superVOOC 2.0 flash charging technology has a peak power of 65W and an output specification of 10V/6.5A when charging the mobile phone. An OPPO official said that due to the dual-cell strategy, 65W flash charging is still the standard low-voltage fast charge.
Each battery accepts 5V/6.5A which make the security higher and the compatibility stronger. Apart from this, the bright screen can be realized. Furthermore, with this flash charging, you can be playing games on your phone and still fast charge it without any adverse after effect. Oppo will be the first phone maker to offer a technology that can achieve 30 minutes full of 4000mAh battery energy.
Qualcomm’s fast charge vs Oppo flash charge
Qualcomm’s fast charge standard also ushered in the 4.0 era this year. Suffice to say It has also abandoned the original 12V voltage and switched to 5V and 9V. Although most fast charge protocol builders adhere to the large voltage route because they have high current.
One of the representatives of the large voltage fast charge is Huawei. Huawei’s FCP Fast Charge Protocol also took a large voltage route at the beginning because of the high current route fast charge protocol offers lower heat and higher security. However, for the fast charge world, 40W is indeed a big step for fast charging.
Charging Principles of Mobile Phones
When the mobile phone is charging, the mobile phone will automatically power off the power supply when the battery is full. What this does is to prevent the battery from overcharging and also to prevent battery bulging.
Another one is to play with your phone when the mobile phone is charging at high speed. When this happens, the power management module will start running. At this time, the charger directly supplies power to the mobile phone, and the excess power is used to charge the battery. At that point, the battery is actually in a state of charge and does not participate in the discharge work. If the battery is only in a state of charge, it will not additionally damage the life of the battery. But if it is charging and discharging or not holding a charge due to heat issues, then, the battery is on its way out.
Impact of Fast Charging on Battery Life
Fast charging does have a certain impact on battery life, because, during the fast charging process, the flow of charge between the electrodes is accelerated. This, in turn, accelerates the ageing process of the electrode, thereby reducing the battery life.
At the same time, the heat generated during fast charging also accelerates the ageing of the electrode. But don’t care too much about this matter, because the actual situation is different for everyone using the mobile phone. I mean, the charging habits are different, and the results will be different.
For example, the charging power of a mobile phone is 40W, but it is not 40W every time it is charged. When you charge it to about 80%, its power will drop, or you can play with the phone while charging. At the time, it shows that the charging power is not 40W, but it is reduced to 20W or lower.
This is a technology that is put in place by the modern mobile manufacturer because long-term charging will cause the phone to heat up. This aside, it is also an impact on the battery. But now the mobile phone will automatically reduce the power to a reasonable range to ensure that the battery life will not fall so fast. Oppo’s 65w SuperVOOC 2.0 flash charge technology offer this protection