Oppo's latest smartphone can be fully charged in 30 minutes

As teased last month, Oppo’s latest flagship phone, the Reno Ace, is unveiled today. We already knew about the device’s 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 feature which charges its 4,000mAh battery in just 30 minutes, thus setting an impressive record in the industry. What’s surprising is perhaps the Gundam 40th anniversary edition Reno Ace: only 30,000 of these special units will be available, and both the phone and packaging come in matching designs that pay homage to the RX-78-2. I mean, just look at that…

25 thoughts on “Oppo's latest smartphone can be fully charged in 30 minutes”

  1. I've only ever owned one Oppo, and while I can't remember the model number for it, I do remember it being EXTREMELY well built. Oppo has always been a company that prides itself on making very nice hardware in all price ranges. Even back when most Chinese phone makers were making embarrassingly poor quality phones, a fact that has changed rapidly by now, Oppo was making phones China could be proud of.

    Seems they're still at it. I hope Oppo can grab more market share, as they definitely deserve recognition for all of their hard work and dedication to quality and innovation.

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