Chinese smartphone maker Oppo is all set to launch its R17 Pro smartphone at an event in Mumbai on December 4. The smartphone, much like the Oppo Find X, supports the company’s Super VOOC Flash Charge fast charging technology. However, this technology did not make its way to India when the Find X smartphone was launched. But now, Oppo has made a statement that has hinted the presence of the said technology in ist R17 Pro smartphone. Oppo’s Super VOOC fast charging currently has support for charging at up to 10V/ 5A or about 50W.
Other than this, Oppo R17 Pro mobile has also been listed on the company’s India website and that confirms that the smartphone comes with Super VOOC Flash Charge.
To be precise, the Chinese smartphone maker has said that its Super VOOC technology will finally make its way to India in the company’s “Super VOOC technology” that is set to launch in December. All of this together makes it evident that Oppo R17 Pro will come with the company’s Super VOOC technology.
As we mentioned earlier, Oppo Find X was the first ever smartphone to come with this technology. But when the Android smartphone was launched in India, the units supported only up to 5V/ 4A (20W) VOOC Flash fast charging, which is found in most Oppo phones. But now, with the company making a statement and the listing on the official website, we can expect to see the technology in Oppo R17 Pro. According to the company, with Super VOOC Flash Charge fast charging, Oppo R17 Pro will be charged from 0 to 40% in just 10 minutes. Oppo has also claimed that Super VOOC comes with a bi-cell design.
The smartphone maker said in a statement, “During charging, the bi-cell can distribute the output voltage of 10V and reduce the voltage of each cell by half. Thus, it assures safety to the same extent as that of VOOC Flash Charge. Super VOOC Flash Charge provides five-core protections, which checks the safety level when the phone is charging. All nodes including the charging plug, USB cable, mobile phone, and battery are separately protected by specialized chips.”