Vivo mobile has yet introduced another innovation, which may become one of the brand’s new selling point soon.
While the brand has announced its new module of charging speed, there isn’t really a clear cut as to how it works, but the brand, however, claims that its Super FlashCharge 120W technology has the ability to fully charge a 4,000 mAh battery in 13 minutes.
In a video released on Weibo by one of the product’s Managers demonstrating a phone charging from around 10 to 14 percentage in the space of about 16 seconds, though it doesn’t show anywhere close to a full charge cycle. Vivo’s best effort to date was the 44W charging in its iQOO gaming phone, which had a 4,000mAh battery that reached full capacity in 45 minutes.
This is almost an affirmation of the brand’s announcement in March that it would be launching a 100W charging system that supposedly charges a 4,000mAh battery in 17 minutes, though the tech hasn’t yet shipped on a commercial device.
Currently, Oppo Find X Lamborghini holds the record of the fastest charge on a mobile device, but there might be a turn and twist to the narrative with the introduction of this technology on a Vivo device.
Vivo is most likely going to demonstrate the Super FlashCharge 120W technology at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai next week, alongside its first 5G device.