Oppo is making charging easier by partnering with other third-party companies by sharing their VOOC Flash Charge Technology with other Tech world brands. The Chinese brand collaborates with Anker, FAW-Volkswagen, and NXP Semiconductors to leverage the fast-charging tech to other companies.

Oppo: The Flash Initiative

In a Gadgets 360 report, Oppo at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWCS) on Tuesday announced that it would be collaborating with other third-party companies such as Anker, FAW-Volkswagen, and NXP Semiconductors to make the "Flash Initiative." The partnership aims to expand the VOOC Flash Charge Technology properties to automobiles, public places, and charging accessories.

The company said that each manufacturer under the 'Flash Initiative" with work with proprietary technical designs developed by Oppo. Also, Certification China Telecommunication Technology Laboratory (CTTL) will test and certify partners for the program.

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With that said, Anker, known for its power banks, will bring new charging products supporting Oppo's VOOC Flash Charge Technology to its consumers, enabling other smartphone products to enjoy superfast charging speeds.

The idea being that consumers can own an Anker powered with VOOC Flash Charging Technology can have the same capabilities charging at home while enjoying outdoors is a game-changer.

Meanwhile, FAW-Volkswagen will install flash charging ports in Volkswagen cars made in China. On the other hand, NXP Semiconductors will leverage Oppo's patents to support VOOC Flash Charging Technology across its PCB assembles and bring the technology to be smart and connected solutions designed for sectors, including smart cities industrial, automotive, mobile, and smart homes.

Other Flash Charging Products and the Oppo 125W AirVOOC Wireless Chargers Announced

According to MySmartPrice, Oppo also announced more products under its belt, introducing the 50W Mini SuperVOOC charger that can work on smartphones, tablets, and laptops. The Mini charger is only 10.5mm thick and 82.2mm long, a pocket-sized accessory for always-on-the-go people.

Oppo also introduced the 65W and the 125W AirVOOC wireless charger that can charge a 4,000mAh smartphone to full battery in under 30 minutes. The superfast wireless charger uses low voltage charging and a dual-cell structure, multiple pumps, and temperature sensors to regulate the voltage and thermals while charging wireless gadgets.

Adding up, PocketLint reports that the 125W AirVOOC wireless charger is yet to implement it in a commercially available smartphone. The device also uses several internal thermometers and a charger-cable system that dissipates heat.

Launched back in 2014, the VOOC Flash Charge Technology has been featured by over 30 smartphone models and is claimed by the company to be used by over 175 million users worldwide. Oppo has claimed to have more than 2,950 flash charging patents worldwide, with over 1,400 already granted.

The China-based company competes against Qualcomm that offers its Quick Charge fast charging technology to various smartphone manufacturers using Snapdragon SoCs globally.

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