In the past few years, OPPO has been at the vanguard of fast charging technology for smartphones, with the most recent ‘first’ being its 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 tech. Now, the company has announced that it will debut its insane 125W fast charging technology on July 15, however, it has not revealed the first smartphone that will offer this convenience.

So far, OPPO has not revealed how much time will it take for the 125W power brick to juice up a battery, say of 4,000mAh capacity, from 0 to the 100% mark. But considering the fact that OPPO’s existing 65W charging tech takes under 45 minutes to fully charge the Find X2’s battery, we are looking at an amazingly quick phone charging time.

Yes, there will be obvious concerns regarding the longevity of batteries that support this technology, but it would be interesting to see how OPPO manages to circumvent it. Interestingly, the India chief of OPPO’s spin-off –Realme – has also teased the arrival of 120W fast charging tech for its smartphones.

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