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Technology Oppo’s new Reno Ace can be fully charged in half an hour

09:35  10 october  2019
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Oppo ' s latest batch of dual-cell flash charge solutions will no doubt set a new benchmark for the mobile industry, so you can expect more flagship phones to offer half - hour charging speeds next year. It's unclear whether the Reno Ace will be hitting Western markets, but if all goes well, here's

Oppo has announced that its Oppo Reno Ace will offer 65W fast charging when it launches next month. But how fast is it? Well, if you only have The video shows that 65W charging fills the Reno Ace ’ s 4,000mAh battery in just 25 minutes. In fact, the phone is already 30% charged in five minutes

Oppo has announced the latest phone in its increasingly diversified Reno range of flagship phones, the Reno Ace. This one is in many ways the most high-end entry yet, although that depends on how you feel about notches.

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Spec-wise, this device is very similar to sister company OnePlus’ excellent new 7T. There’s a Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, a 20:9 6.5-inch 1080p display with a small waterdrop notch and a 90Hz refresh rate, and a camera system built around Sony’s ubiquitous 48-megapixel IMX586 sensor.

The Reno Ace gains an extra fourth camera with a monochrome sensor, however, and comes with up to 12GB of RAM. The Reno 10x Zoom, with its notchless display, “shark fin” pop-up selfie camera, and periscope telephoto lens, could still be considered the top-end Reno if you’d value its features over the faster processor and screen in the Ace.

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Oppo ' s new Reno Ace is scheduled for release on October 10. THE device will include the OpWow SuperWOOC Fast Charge 2.0, the successor to the already super-fast 50W Super VOOC technology. Brian Shen, president of marketing at Oppo , has published a demonstration of the new charging

Information about the upcoming Oppo Reno Ace is starting to pile up, most of it delivered by Oppo ' s Vice President, Brian Shen. Today he shared a little more about the fast charging , teasing the next-generation SuperVOOC on its Weibo Profile. Brian Shen didn't go into details, but he did mention that

Two hours of usage from a five-minute charge

The Ace’s truly unique feature is its breakthrough fast charging. Oppo was already the leader here with its Lamborghini-edition Find X, but the Reno Ace’s 65W SuperVOOC steps it up further. The phone’s 4,000mAh dual-cell battery can be charged from 0 to 100 percent in 30 minutes, according to Oppo, allowing for two hours of usage from just a five-minute charge.

Xiaomi and Vivo have both shown off faster ways to charge a 4,000mAh battery, but neither have actually shipped products that make use of the tech. Oppo also says the Reno Ace’s 65W charger is the smallest on the market thanks to GaN technology.

We’ll have to test those claims for ourselves, of course. The Reno Ace does also support both USB-C Power Delivery and Qualcomm’s Quick Charge at 18W for times when you don’t have Oppo’s proprietary charger and cable, which is good news given that Google now mandates standard fast-charge tech for all Android phones.

The Reno Ace is coming to China first. Pricing is yet to be announced.

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