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OPPO SuperVOOC 240W tipped to debut by the end of March 2023

OPPO teases SuperVOOC 240W in China. (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
OPPO teases SuperVOOC 240W in China. (Source: Weibo)
OPPO is a smartphone OEM strongly associated with some of the fastest charging in the industry, thanks to its own SuperVOOC technology. Currently, it goes up to 150W in market-ready devices, with 240W rumored to become the next available upgrade. This potentially blistering form of mobile device power tech is now rumored to debut in a new smartphone in early 2023.

The OnePlus 10T owes its status as one of the fastest-charging flagship Android smartphones of 2022 to SuperVOOC 150W technology from its brand's parent company OPPO, which is in turn part of something often referred to as the "Oga Group" within the BBK Electronics conglomerate. However, the device might get a successor with bigger numbers in 2023.

The famous and typically reliable leaker Digital Chat Station now seems to believe that OPPO is ready to launch, or help launch, a first-gen SuperVOOC 240W smartphone before the first quarter of 2023 is out. It could be a OnePlus device (or possibly one from its Oga Group sibling Realme) touted to charge from 0 to 100% in 10 minutes or less, depending on the size of its battery.

OPPO is also likely to hype this next-gen SuperVOOC standard as further proof of its charging tech prowess in general - it could be a highlight of its MWC 2023 showcase, for example. Then again, similar ground-breaking strides from other OEMs such as Xiaomi have emerged already, only to encounter skepticism regarding their supposedly lightning-like wired re-charging times.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-11- 5 (Update: 2022-11- 5)