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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

OPPO Officially Licenses VOOC Flash Charge Technology

Announced during the SuperVOOC Flash Charge Open Day in Shanghai, OPPO has officially licensed the VOOC Flash Charge technology, a feature it introduced in its latest smartphone offerings for this year.

OPPO Officially Licenses VOOC Flash Charge Technology
OPPO Officially Licenses VOOC Flash Charge Technology

Currently, over 100 million OPPO mobile devices sold globally have VOOC. OPPO continues to seek to lead the development of flash charging industry and jointly build a VOOC Flash Charge ecosystem with industry partners to give fast and superior charging experience for consumers.

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“Since the launch of VOOC Flash Charge in 2014, OPPO has never ceased to research, develop, and break the speed limits of flash charging,” said Yiren Shen, OPPO China President and Global Vice President.
 “VOOC Flash Charge has also reached a major milestone, powering more than 100 million devices around the world today. As the leader in flash charging, we are dedicated to extending the advantages of VOOC Flash Charge to the whole industry. We thank our first licensing partners for their support of OPPO, and will work together to expand the VOOC Flash Charge ecosystem so that more users can enjoy the convenience brought by VOOC Flash Charge.”

OPPO also promised to license VOOC Flash Charge to industry partners on a fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory basis. As of writing, the Chinese smartphone giant has authorized six partner manufacturers to develop, produce, and sell chips and accessories that support VOOC Flash Charge.

Among the smartphones that carry the SuperVOOC Flash Charge feature include the elegant, flagship Find X smartphone, which fuels up its 3730mAh battery in just 35 minutes with 50W speeds. Aside from the OPPO Find X, the OPPO R17 Pro also has the SuperVOOC Flash Charge technology, which passed the strict safety evaluation of Germany’s TÜV Rheinland, a renowned safety authority.

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