OPPO Unveils New 5G Router, Upgrades Flash Charging to 250W

The Supervooc system also uses Oppo's Battery Health Engine, which made its debut on the company's flagship Find X5 smartphone series

OPPO at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

With an aim to bring flagship-level technology, Oppo, a Chinese electronics brand says its new 5G router will be launched in the second half of 2022.

It was announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona alongside its Supervooq fast charging technology. 

The new Oppo 5G CPE T2 updates the design of its router and adds recycled materials. Supporting Wi-Fi and LAN connections, the router runs the Snapdragon X62 5G Modem-RF system.

The 150W Supervooc flash charge system, which is set to premiere in Q2 on OnePlus smartphones, is built using direct charging technology with charge pumps, the system can charge a 4,500 mAh battery to 50 per cent in five minutes. It can also deliver a 100 per cent charge in just 15 minutes, the company claims. 

The Supervooc system also uses Oppo’s Battery Health Engine, which made its debut on the company’s flagship Find X5 smartphone series. The technology helps keep the battery performing at 80 per cent of its original capacity after as many as 1,600 charge cycles, doubling the current industry standard of 800 cycles, Oppo said.

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