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OnePlus 8 Pro will count on Warp Charge 30W wireless charging

It was only yesterday when we showed you the preview OnePlus 8 Pro wireless charging dock. In addition to showing it in all its beauty and simplicity, as only OnePlus can do, we have revealed that the support for fast charging reaches up to 30w. Well, it seems that only the Pro version will be able to count on this feature, while the standard will take advantage of the "simple" wired charging.

OnePlus 8 Pro will be the only one of the two smartphones of the brand to be able to use 30W wireless charging

In a recent post on Weibo, then also spread in English on the Official site, the brand announces that OnePlus 8 Pro can count on this type of recharge. Finally, fans of the brand will say since for some time now they have been expecting such technology on this smartphone.

Warp Charge 30W is the result of three years of work by the OnePlus research teams and will bring the battery of the new smartphone to recharge from 0 to 50% in just 30 minutes. For comparison, the wired Warp Charge 30T system quickly charges the cell from 4.085 mAh of OnePlus 7T Pro at 68% in 30 minutes and brings it to full charge in about an hour. At this stage OnePlus has not stated how long it will take a full charge using the wireless system but we can easily do two maths.

OnePlus claims it didn't include wireless charging earlier due to the low charging speeds it could achieve. The 30W wireless charging system in the OnePlus 8 Pro uses a technology called "isolated charge pump"To increase efficiency, together with Warp chipset to manage the flow of current and voltage.

The two devices will be presented on April 14, immediately after the long-awaited Oppo ace 2.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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