Oppo refuses to relax - and with initial testing, its Reno Ace model seems to be the new champion in the fast charging industry
While early sales are for The Realme X2 Pro In Europe they start At the brand's official digital store, With 400 Euro as the base for the smart device capable of returning full capacity to the 4,000mAh battery in just 30 up to 35 minutes - Oppo Gives us another reason to be passionate about a different branded device with even more monstrous charging.
The Oppo Reno Ace was introduced to the Chinese market a few weeks ago, and was swiftly hijacked by initial flash sales thanks to advanced specifications that include chip Snapdragon 855 Plus, Dynamic 8GB Memory, 256GB Extra Expandable Storage, 6.5 Super AMOLED Screen and 2,400 × 1,080 Pixels with 90 Hz Refresh, Stereo Speakers, chip NFC Built-in, slot for headphones And more for the price of 3,000 yuan (about 425 dollars). Now we get official approval for another very impressive capability that probably justifies the interest around it - the battery capacity, and its speed is replenished back in connection with the dedicated charger in the packaging.
The gsmarena website (and several other sources on the network) conducted a first look at charging speeds provided by Oppo's SuperVOOC 2.0 technology with Reno Ace's powerful charging providers up to 65 watts, and found that the statements were not gimmicky or exaggerated - the Reno Ace comes charging About 50 percent of 4,000mAh battery capacity in 10 minutes socket only connection, and 100 percent capacity within 28 minutes. In other words - there is a new carrier here, which manages to get around a little Even the Realme X2 Pro in question.
With that data, the Reno Ace looks like the first ever smart device capable of giving a full day's work time (depending on the nature of the consumer's use, of course) with only a ten-minute connection at a time, which is certainly something innovative that helps it differentiate a variety Advanced and exciting intermediate models. Unfortunately, the likelihood that we will see an official sale of the smartphone in the country is somewhat low, but one can certainly hope that the SuperVOOC 2.0 technology that enables it, its derivatives (someone said OnePlus 8?) Or competing technologies with similar numbers We will soon see smartphones in the local landscape.