One of the differentiating elements of OPPO devices is its fast charging technology. The Chinese company has put a lot of effort into developing SuperVOOC, which is currently able to charge a phone from 0 to 100% in about 35 minutes applying 50W of power, but they don't want to stay there.

A few days ago, the firm confirmed that its future OPPO Reno Ace will feature SuperVOOC 65W, an evolution of its fast charging system which, beyond its power, we did not know results. However, Ice Universe, one of the leakers most prolific network, has published a video in which this load can be seen in operation, and the results are quite interesting.

From zero to 100 in half an hour

In the video we can see two mobiles. One with VOOC 3.0 and another, possibly the Reno Ace or a prototype thereof, with SuperVOOC 65W and 4,000 mAh battery. Both devices start from 1% battery and are on the home screen.

The video speaks for its self. The device with SuperVOOC 65W takes exactly 25 minutes to reach 100% and 30 minutes to complete the full charge. The other model, possibly an OPPO F11 Pro (which has 4,000 mAh battery and fast charging VOOC 3.0) stays at 45% at the same time. Not bad, especially if we consider that the OPPO Find X took 36 minutes with SuperVOOC.

It is the fastest fast charging technology, in the absence of Xiaomi and Vivo riding their 100W and 120W alternatives

It is configured, therefore, as the fastest charging technology on the market in the absence of Xiaomi deploying Super Charge Turbo, a system capable of offering 100W of power, and Vivo mount Super FlashCharge (120W). Follow Meizu with Super MCharge (55W) and Fast Charge from OnePlus (50W).

OPPO Reno Ace is expected to see the light throughout the month of October, although there is still no exact date confirmed. The only thing that is known about the terminal is that it will have a 90 Hz display such as the OnePlus 7 Pro and 4,000 mAh battery. For the rest, we can only wait and give it time.

Via | Ice universe