Oppo Launches 45W AirVOOC Wireless Charger

Oppo Launches 45W AirVOOC Wireless Charger

Along with Find X3 and X3 Pro, Oppo launched a 45W AirVOOC Wireless Charger that supports the 30W AirVOOC wireless charging protocol which was introduced in the Oppo Ace 2 that can charge with a speed of 40W wirelessly.

The Oppo Ace 2 was introduced last year in April for the Chinese market. In comparison, its sister brand OnePlus introduced wireless charging in the name ‘Warp Charge Wireless’ in the OnePlus 8 Pro that supports a speed of up to 30W. In the future we expect more Oppo phones to support this feature.

Oppo 45W AirVOOC Wireless Charger Specifications, and Price

It supports up to 45W charging speed wirelessly as mentioned above. This device can be used to charge devices that support the AirVOOC technology. If you use any other device that supports Qi charging you will get a speed of up to 15W. To charge the charger, you can use 18W, 20W, and 65W adapters. However the Wireless Charger does not come with any charger included in the box, but comes with a USB Type-A to Type-C cable.

The charger stand is designed vertically and the phones to be charged can be placed both vertically and horizontally. To charge your Oppo Find X3 Series device or Oppo Ace 2 make sure it has a case with a thickness of less than 2mm. It is always a good idea to remove the vase before charging to let the heat dissipate.

The device also comes with protection methods such as over-voltage, under-voltage, over-temperature, over-current, electrostatic, and foreign body detection. Finally, it also included a fan to keep the apparatus temperature under control. It retails for CNY 329 ($50) in China and will go on sale in the coming days. It is available in a single white colour option.


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Written by Abin Benny


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