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Oppo introduces Apple-like MagVOOC flash charging technology

The company has demonstrated 40W and 20W magnetic charging adapters with a power bank.

Oppo today showcased MagVOOC flash charging series, in-car connectivity, and more at the Smart China Expo 2021. Oppo is the second company after Realme to copy Apple’s MagSafe magnetic wireless charging. RealmeDart comes in two variants 15W and 50W. Oppo’s magnetic system charging technology comes in two versions 40W and 20W, and a power bank.

Unlike Apple’s MagSafe, the Oppo magnetic wireless charging is compatible with Android devices; however both work in a similar fashion but with much higher speeds. Oppo has announced the 40W and 20W MagVOOC flash charging series. The charger simply gets attached to the back of the phone via magnets and sends power to Android devices wirelessly. 

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This new series includes the MagVOOC wireless power bank, which uses a magnetic alignment system to ensure precise alignment between the phone and the charger. It comes with a 4,500mAh capacity and can be capable of sending 20W to supported devices. This is Qi-enabled and is compatible with smartwatches as well as TWS earbuds. The power bank takes about two hours to completely charge.

MagVOOC wireless power bank
MagVOOC wireless power bank

In addition to this, the 20W MagVOOC ultra-thin flash charger comes with a  split design making the whole charger thinner. The design of both devices allows them to be easily portable. Both the devices feature a portable design. The supported Qi-standard can send up to 10W of power.

MagVOOC wireless flash charging stand

According to the company, the MagVOOC wireless flash charging stand helps users save up to 60% of preparation time as compared to conventional wired charging. It is capable of charging newer devices at 40W capacity and the older models at 30W. Additionally, it is Qi-enabled and can send up to 15W power without MagVOOC.

On the other hand, the Oppo Air charging can send up to 7.5W of power to a phone which is inches away but perfectly aligned at various angles. One can continue to use the phone while it is being charged.

Lastly, the company also demonstrated in-car smartphone connectivity capabilities at the event, including the digital car key, remote vehicle control on OPPO Find X3, remote vehicle control on OPPO Watch 2, as well as in-car flash charge. As per the company, the remote vehicle control on OPPO Find X3 or OPPO Watch 2 enables users to remotely turn on air conditioning through an APP. It will also allow users to search for their cars by sounding the horn from a distance. Additionally, the users can also access its advanced in-car flash charge, which supports OPPO’s 65W VOOC USB flash charge and 40W VOOC wireless flash charge while driving. 

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Komila Singhhttp://www.gadgetbridge.com
Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.


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