OPPO Flash Charges the Future at MWC Shanghai

Leading smart device company OPPO hosted a flash charging partner conference at Mobile World Congress, Shanghai (MWCS) today. The event took place on the OPPO stand alongside a host of innovations in device charging, 5G connectivity and smart technology. Leading partners from sectors including consumer electronics and chip manufacturing, as well as experts in charging technology from CCTL (China Telecommunication Technology Labs), came together to discuss the future of flash charge technology.

Meanwhile, numerous examples of cutting-edge charging products feature on OPPO’s stand, including the 125W flash charger, which can charge a 4,000mAh phone battery to 100% in just 20 minutes. This is joined by 65W AirVOOC wireless flash charge products – which charges the same battery in as little as 30 minutes – and products from several partners who have licensed OPPO’s proprietary technologies.

Elsewhere at MWC Shanghai, Henry Tang, Vice President of OPPO Research Institute, was invited to speak about 5G innovation at the 5G Innovation and Investment Summit:

“At OPPO, we firmly believe that 5G will change how we all live. As coverage and capacity expand, we’ll see new applications flourishing in numerous areas, bringing unexpected experiences to consumers. We’re already involved in the development of a global 5G standard, and will continue to explore new 5G devices and deployments, from TV to CPE to AR.”

The Smart Home of the Future shows how OPPO’s IoT products can make our homes smarter and more connected than ever before. The unique 5G CPE, Omni, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System sits at the heart of this area, capable of turning 5G signals into stable, high speed Wi-Fi connections through two proprietary antenna systems.

The O-Reserve 5G antenna system uses the Sub-6GHz 5G spectrum, automatically choosing four of its eight antennae at a time to get the best possible signal. At the same time, the O-Motion 360° technology can fully rotate its antennae, automatically ensuring the CPE is positioned for optimum 5G millimeter wave signal reception. OPPO, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and Ericssonrecently completed successful tests of 5G millimeter wave technology with the Omni, achieving downlink speeds of 4.06Gbps.

Visitors to the OPPO booth can learn more about Omni’s antenna systems and other 5G technologies. They can also experience Augmented Reality (AR) shopping and gaming in this area.

The Futuristic Technologies area lets MWCS guests get up close to the OPPO X 2021 concept phone, which features a screen that unrolls from 6.7 to 7.4 inches. Here they can also see how fast and easy charging is with OPPO’s new Wireless Air Charging technology, which can deliver up to 7.5W of charging power. This latest innovation uses magnetic resonance to remove some of the inconvenience of other wireless charging technologies, working as soon as devices are within 10cm of the charging mat.

Morgan Halim, Managing Director at OPPO New Zealand expressed how exciting these new developments are and how they will continue to shape and improve human interaction with technology.

“The latest innovations showcased at MWCS reiterate OPPO’s dedication to finding new ways to make technology as convenient as possible for our customers. As we continue to develop faster charging capabilities and grow IoT products, we’ll find more ways to improve connectivity and I’m excited to see these new technologies make it to the New Zealand market.”

For more information on OPPO’s MWCS announcements, visit: https://events.oppo.com/en/oppo-mwc-2021/