Extraordinary. My congratulations for this manufacturing company of mobile, Oppo.
AnonD-497032, 24 Feb 2016Congratulations Oppo company. In a future short, we have many smart phones. On to the final co... moreYour were right in your predictions, mister Skyfall. Like the famous colleague of forum @nostradamus...:))
Sci-Fi. A great achievement.
A small company "with the upside down big dipper" as Apple or Samsung...)))))))
AnonD-289070, 23 Feb 2016You still need to charge the backup battery, geniusyes if your low imagination and don`t know how to solve that problem.. you can charge them in same time.. once go out on one you got the second... genius.. guess now ur problem will be .. how you charge them ..? lol
Congratulations Oppo company. In a future short, we have many smart phones. On to the final consumer, the most important, price, will decrease drastically because of the competition.
When battery technology is turtle-like slow in advancing, they change their focus on a different kind of advancement - which in this case is all about charging tech. It sounds relieving that at least one company is dedicated to redefine how consumers charge their phones' battery. Imagine charging a 5000 mAh battery to full in just 30 minutes or a 10k mAh battery to 100% in an hour. All those juice replenishes quick
VOOC was introduced when 2.0 was just introduced...Now with Super VOOC Charging...Quick Charge 3.0 aint no match
Not sure why mobile companies are investing in this kinda tech. My LG G4 charges from zero to 100% in about 5 seconds by popping in a fresh battery.
Then you have to wonder how good this kind of fast charging is for the battery, general rule is the faster you charge the harder its on the battery. Which wouldn't be a big problem if it wasn't for that the majority of phones don't have swappable batteries. And if they had, there would not be as much use for fast charging tech either.
The very super fast charge being happen to lead-acid battery. So is oppo going to use this ?