Rumor | OPPO 300W SuperVOOC charging tech for next-gen smartphones is on the way
Realme owes its place in the "Oga Group" (a catch-all term applied to a number of smartphone brands that started out as BBK Electronics subsidiaries) for the class-leading 240W charging found in its new international flagship smartphone the GT3 (or GT Neo5 for the Chinese market). This Group also contains OPPO, a company that debuted the high-speed SuperVOOC charging accessory line in the first place.
Now, the series is tipped to get even more extreme in its next iteration. According to the reliable leaker Digital Chat Station, OPPO (or possibly the Oga Group in general) is working on a new "15C" battery designed to match Xiaomi's new top-end 300W charging rate.
The new component is still in development, yet is said to have a total rated capacity of 4,450mAh (for a probable typical capacity of 4,600mAh) thus far. That might be on the small side for modern-day smartphones by now (although it is a potentially acceptable size for OPPO's competitively-spec'd foldables); then again, that drawback is often a trade-off for one of the Group's latest ultra-fast-charging devices in any case.