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Rumor | OPPO's Find X4 Pro will charge at a much faster rate compared to its predecessor

The Find X3 Pro. (Source: OPPO)
The Find X3 Pro. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO is already thought to have a 2022 flagship Android smartphone, which may or may not be called the Find X4, in the works. Now, a famous Weibo-based leaker asserts that it will get an upgrade in terms of battery technology as well as SoC over its alleged predecessor. Accordingly, its charging speed may exceed the current 65W limit by a good margin.

OPPO is an Android OEM said to have some exciting devices in the works, not the least of which are its first-gen foldable phablet, not to mention a possible return of the innovative spinning-camera form-factor of years past. Nevertheless, it is also thought to have a "normal" flagship in the works.

Accordingly, this premium smartphone might be a Snapdragon 898-powered counterpart to the company's existing highest-end handset, and, thus, be called the Find X4 or X4 Pro. Now, the typically spot-on leaker Digital Chat Station hints that it might debut with the next generation of OPPO's in-house SuperVOOC technology.

In its current form, it consists of power bricks and compatible dual-cell batteries that allow a phone to charge at up to 65 watts (W). Digital Chat Station now believes that OPPO will unveil improvements on this profile not merely once but twice during the course of 2022.

OPPO has showcased just such a development that can go up to 125W. However, Digital Chat Station did not specify this rate in their new Weibo post, although a 100W value was thrown around instead. Therefore, phones of the "X4" series could indeed charge even faster than the X3 Lite, Neo, vanilla and Pro variants before them.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-11- 8 (Update: 2021-11- 8)