Vivo is all set to launch a new 5G phone at MWC Shanghai next week but that is not all you should be excited about from the Chinese smartphone giant. The company did not reveal much about the device, which could mean that the company will showcase a pre-production variant and not a final version of the upcoming device. The company claims that's its 120W charging tech can completely power a 4,000mAh battery phone in just 13 minutes.
Oppo and Huawei stood out past year thanks to their super-fast charging technology, but Vivo thinks it can do much better than that. The Vivo Apex 2019 sports a portless design, with no holes on the device for anything.
Fast charging has changed a lot in the previous year or so. As of now, we're not too sure when we'll be able to get our hands on a Vivo smartphone that is equipped with this technology.
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Vivo is yet to reveal the technology behind its sophisticated 120W Super FlashCharge technology.
Vivo isn't the only company to boast charging speeds of over 100W. While areas like performance, display and camera have been traditional arenas of competition, companies have recently begun exploring new charging technologies to allow users even lesser downtime from their smartphones. As per Vivo, the 120W FlashCharge tech will charge a phone with a 4,000 mAh battery from 0 to 50% in just 5 minutes.
Share us your views on the 120W Super FlashCharge technology by posting your comments below. While Vivo has not shared any details, Xiaomi has hinted that Redmi is already working on mass producing smartphones with the 100W fast charging technology.