One of the hottest selling factors for smartphone makers is charging capacity. OnePlus, OPPO, and realme are all part of the BBK Electronics Group, which plans to take new moves in this area next year. If these companies’ high-end smartphones are now competitive in charging speed you cant even imagine what they have for the larger public come 2022.
Xiaomi debuted the 11T Pro a few weeks ago. A mid-range smartphone with the added benefit of charging in just 20 minutes thanks to its 120-watt charger. A market record that the competitor aims to break as soon as possible.
The realme GT 2 Pro, OPPO Find X4, OPPO Find X4 Pro, and the OnePlus 10 Pro will all be compatible with ultra-rapid charging at 125 W, according to the source Mukul Sharma. According to Sharma, OPPO also has a new range of devices (the “N” series) in its crates, which are purportedly cheaper than the Find series and would also benefit from this charging power.
Where do we stand in the smartphone market when it comes to charging power?
It is well known that charging a battery at a very high current will shorten its service life. It is preferable to select for a leisurely recharge, particularly on a battery that is not entirely depleted, to protect it over time. However, it is self-evident that possessing such power allows one to swiftly regain the endurance required to hold a day without stress. So, who are Xiaomi’s, OPPO’s, Realme’s, and OnePlus’ competitors? Samsung limits the charging power of its latest smartphones, such as the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, to 25 W. Samsung no longer includes a charger in the package of its smartphones. Even Apple, which does not include a charger, rings a bell. Your iPhone 13 Pro can be charged at a maximum of 20 Watts. Meanwhile, Google limits charging to 30 W on its Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones also without providing the power supply.