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Vivo's new gaming phone can completely charge shortly 15 minutes

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Oppo’s 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 charging tech is currently the fastest within the market. It can top up a 4,000mAh battery in only half-hour. If that wasn’t fast enough for you, the corporate has about confirmed that it'll launch its insanely fast 125W fast charging solution on July 15. Oppo posted a teaser for the upcoming rapid charging tech on Twitter. Check it out below.

We don’t expect Oppo to announce a replacement smartphone featuring 125W fast charging on July 15. However, we'd get a timeline on when the tech will release commercially. More importantly, we’ll finally see how the corporate plans to implement the answer on new phones.

For what it’s worth, Vivo, Oppo’s sister brand, has also announced an upcoming 120W fast charging solution for its Iqoo range of phones. According to Vivo, it'll soon launch an Iqoo-branded phone with the new charging tech. The company claims that the device is capable of reaching a 50% charge in only five minutes and 100% in quarter-hour . That’s likely an equivalent for Oppo’s upcoming 125W charging, although it might be slightly faster.

How fast is too fast?

While 100W and above fast charging speeds might sound great, they might have their disadvantages. Earlier within the year, Xiaomi listed several technical difficulties with 100W fast charging, like major battery degradation over time, safety, and more.

In fact, when Oppo tested the 4,000mAh battery of the Reno Ace 2 with 65W fast charging, it found that the battery capacity dropped to 91% after 800 cycles of charging. While that’s great in the least , ramping up the charging speeds to 100W and above may additionally hasten that battery degradation.

Nevertheless, we hope manufacturers like Oppo and Vivo compute of these problems before bringing their fast charging solutions to the market. We’ll keep you updated as and once we know more about their plans.

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