Chinese smartphone brand Oppo has joined Realme and others today to announce magnetic wireless charging technologies like MagSafe. At the Smart China Expo 2021 event, the company demonstrated accessories compatible with new wireless charging technology. Now let’s see what Oppo offers with new magnetic charging technology for Android devices.
OppoMagVOOC charging technology
Oppo’s latest wireless charging technology, called MagVOOC charging technology, uses a special magnet on the back of your smartphone to charge it. This is similar to Apple’s MagSafe charging technology, which was reintroduced by the Cupertino giant with the launch of the iPhone 12 series last year.
Following Apple, I recently saw another BBK Electronics brand, Realme, exhibiting MagDart magnetic wireless charging technology. Oppo is now deploying its own MagSafe-like charging technology to take advantage of new opportunities in the Android smartphone segment.
OppoMac VOOC series accessories
In addition to introducing MagVOOC magnetic charging technology, Oppo also announced new charging accessories as part of the MagVOOC series. This includes the MagVOOC wireless power bank, the MagVOOC ultra-thin flash charger, and the MagVOOC wireless flash charging stand.
That’s why it’s similar to Apple and Realme products, starting with an ultra-thin MagVOOC flash charger. The charger has a magnet-based circular design that aligns with the MagVOOC compatible magnets underneath the back panel of your smartphone. However, it must be connected to the AC adapter via a USB connection.
For a true wireless experience, Oppo’s MagVOOC series includes a portable wireless power bank. It’s similar to Apple’s $ 99 MagSafe Battery Pack, which uses a MagVOOC magnet to attach to the back of your smartphone.
Finally, Oppo announced the MagVOOC Wireless Flash Charging Stand, which uses MagVOOC charging technology to charge Android devices. This allows the user to dock the smartphone to the stand both horizontally and vertically. This allows users to view content on their smartphones and charge them at the same time.
Now, it’s worth mentioning that Oppo hasn’t revealed how fast the MagVOOC series can squeeze Android smartphones. In addition, the company does not mention the release schedule for accessories or MagVOOC-enabled smartphones.
Therefore, look forward to the further development of these sectors in the coming days. Also, in the comments below, please tell us your thoughts on Oppo’s new magnetic wireless charging technology for Android devices.