Introducing MagVOOC – Oppo’s wireless charging system with 40 and 20W chargers


Introducing MagVOOC – Oppo’s wireless charging system with 40 and 20W chargers

Introducing MagVOOC – Oppo’s wireless charging system with 40 and 20W chargers

EMGblog.com: After the Realme brand for about three weeks Before and in early August 2021, from its first wireless magnetic charging system called MagDart (including two 50 and 15W wireless chargers along with several accessories) unveiled, other BBK Electronics Holding have also quickly started offering their own examples of the charging ecosystem. In this way, Opo is the first company after Realme that recently and during the Smart China event Expo 2021 showcases prototype of fully wireless charger series has placed. It has also introduced a charging system that can send energy to a smartphone that is a few inches away from the charger.

Opo’s magnetic charging system is called MagVOOC, which includes two chargers, one 40W and the other 20W and a power bank. It includes and is different from the example provided by Realme. Emphasizing the slogan of this year’s Smart China Expo event, which is “Empowering the economy and coloring life”, the Chinese company has unveiled its latest achievements in the field of wireless charging technology and has considered its main goal of following this path to realize the “technology for the people” approach.

MagVOOC 40W magnetic charging base is the first exclusive solution of Oppo in the field of wireless charging. It is considered that it can replace the 4000 mAh battery of phones like Oppo Ace2 within a period of time. 56 minutes to fully charge. This product can be used with the Qi wireless charging standard for all types of mobile phones and headsets and in the form of various charging methods; As a smartphone like Find X3 can use the power of 30 watts of this base. Use charging and charge devices that do not support MagVOOC with a power of 15 watts. According to the manufacturer’s claim, this charger can meet the user’s needs in different daily scenarios without worrying about lack of charge.

MagVOOC ultra-slim 20W portable magnetic charger is another product introduced by Oppo at this event . This charger, like MagDart Railme is presented with a creative design in which the energy transmission coil and the main board are separated from each other. This design style not only makes the base of the transmitter slimmer and lighter, but also prevents the heat generated by the main board from transferring to the phone, thus reducing the effect of heat on the wireless charging rate. This product also supports the Qi standard up to 10 watts.

MagVOOC power bank, the third product of Opo In the field of wireless charging technology, it uses a 4,500 mAh internal battery. In this product, the problem of aligning the power bank with the phone has been solved by adding some magnets. The MagVOOC power bank is also compatible with the Qi standard in terms of power, so it can be used to charge compatible devices such as smart watches and completely wireless headsets or TWS. This tool also supports smartphones with 20W wireless charging and 10W wired charging (via USB port), and it takes about 2 hours to fully charge its battery through the cable.

Finally, a creative product Another one that Oppo introduced at this event is called Oppo Air Charging, which can provide a maximum power of 7.5 watts to a smartphone at a close distance and at different angles. The remarkable thing about this charging system is that the phone does not need to be mounted on the charger base. To better understand this issue, imagine that your smartphone is next to one of these chargers on your desk and you can charge it while working with the phone without the need for cables and wires.

Time to introduce MagVOOC products Oppo and the devices supporting this technology have not yet been specified. In addition, the price of this collection has not yet been officially announced by the manufacturer.

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