Oppo announced at Mobile World Congress that it is partnering with a number of major companies on a global fast-charging project called ‘The Flash Initiative’. It targets cars, public spaces, your home, and various new consumer products.
The technology is based on Oppo’s vooc technology, which is also used for fast charging of mobile devices. The new partners for the project include FAW-Volkswagen, battery maker Anker and semiconductor manufacturer NXP. The Chinese electronics company writes that companies can use its fast charging techniques with a license. Each project would have a tailor-made fast charging technique, for which more than 2,950 patents have been filed worldwide, more than 1,400 applications have already been approved.
The certification lab CTTL (China Telecommunication Technology Laboratory) checks all designs with vooc technology. Work has also been done with this institute on documentation, mainly concerning the safety of the devices themselves and of the user. This information will be made available shortly after the MWC.
Oppo will be presenting various new technologies at the MWC, including a fast charger with a power of 125 watts for smartphones. A telephone battery of 4000 mAh can be charged in just 20 minutes. The same battery can be charged in just 30 minutes using Airvooc technology (65 watts).
Furthermore, the manufacturer uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 modem in smart devices. According to Oppo, 5G devices can ‘convert’ a 5G connection from a smart device into a WiFi connection (with a second WiFi chip). Oppo calls this ‘5G cpe omni’. An antenna system called O-reserve 5G that uses the sub-6GHz spectrum is equipped with eight antennas, four of which are used simultaneously for the best possible connection. There are also tests underway with mmwave techniques, with downlink speeds of 4.06 Gbit / s.
Finally, the manufacturer has a roll-up smartphone of 6.7-inch, which can roll out to a size of 7.4-inch. With the wireless wireless air charging technology, up to 7.5 watts of power can be delivered. It uses ‘magnetic resonance’, which means that ‘some of other charging techniques can be solved’. It works within a distance of 10 centimeters.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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