Finally someone thinking outside the box! Low voltage fast charge has much better current frequency and it actually won`t explode as many of the electricity geniuses here are saying.
I won`t mind having just 3000mAh battery if it charges from 0 to 100 in 30 min!
haydeezz, 23 Feb 2016removal battery it`s ur answer :) just swich battery and bang.. from 1% to 100% :)) You still need to charge the backup battery, genius
BCM7, 23 Feb 2016Is there any negative effect on battery? Just imagine if you need 10 minutes to finish a meal.... moreIf that food is more granulated, i.e. ground up or even better liquid, then you can do it in 1 minute
Kambing lapar, 23 Feb 2016Fully charging in 15min but battery life only 15min hahaThat's quite true actually, speaking from experience.
The Find 7 charges as blazingly fast as it depletes.
qwerty, 23 Feb 2016i want to full charge my phone the moment i plug it in not 15mins..! LOLremoval battery it`s ur answer :) just swich battery and bang.. from 1% to 100% :))
i want to full charge my phone the moment i plug it in not 15mins..! LOL
If it becomes a reality, then that is innovation, not force touch, or curved screen, or sliding out battries. And the most hilarious of all, a phone that needs 6gb ram to run smoothly. Hehehe
first this amazing fast charge, and then that cool pixel based image stabilization oppo is innovating AGAIN
Now this is called something innovative... Hope the claim is true...
Kudos Oppo Team...
Is there any negative effect on battery? Just imagine if you need 10 minutes to finish a meal... now I only give you 1 minute to finish it... any negative effect on you?
Super fast charging that doesn't even heat! That is pure innovation. Go Oppo!
Now, that's impressive! This should already be a standard like 10 years ago... 15 minutes charge means I could charge it before going to work if I see my phone is low. Which is not possible even if the charge only takes 1,5 hours. Because it's still too much. But 15 minutes, I'm sold.
I imagine if this method is legit and won't produce side effects in the long run, someone else is gonna buy this technology in a jiffy.. (like samsung, tesla, VW group, etc.)
This tech combined with the rise of bigger capacity cells/on same size batteries isn't going to impact only on the future smartphones, but also on everything around us! (medical equipment, laptops, cars, lights, appliances, etc)
This is the kind of innovation this planet needs desperately