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After launching its magnetic wireless charging system , other companies from the BBK family are starting to offer their own versions, as expected. The first of these is Smart China Expo 2021

Oppo demonstrating its technology at the event happened. The company also showcased a prototype of a truly wireless charging system that can send power to a phone a few centimeters away. to the magnetic system Oppo MagVOOC and the first generation products offer two chargers, one 40W and one 20W, and a power bank.

The charging stand magnetically holds the phone and can transfer 40W to supported devices. For example, Oppo Ace2’s 4,000 mAh battery can be fully charged in 56 minutes, while Find X3, one of the older models, can be charged at 30W. The charger also supports the Qi standard and can transfer up to 15W to non-MagVOOC devices. The slim 20W MagVOOC charger, on the other hand, isn’t as powerful, but much more portable. It also supports Qi charging up to 10W.

The MagVOOC power bank, on the other hand, has an internal capacity of 4500 mAh, which can transfer at 20W to supported phones. The bank also supports the Qi standard. Thus, it is possible to fill accessories such as smart saadollarser and TWS headphones. If you have a cable, you can also get 10W from the USB-C port. It takes 2 hours to fully charge the battery using a cable. It’s unclear when MagVOOC products will be available to consumers and exactly which phones will be supported.

Oppo Air Charging can also deliver up to 7.5W of power to a phone from a small distance and from various angles. You can continue to use the phone.

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