Vivo has announced that it is going to introduce 120W Super FlashCharge technology and recently the company has also confirmed that it will be announcing its first 5G phone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai 2019which is scheduled to be held next week. Vivo claims that its 120W charging technology will completely charge a 4000mAh battery phone in just 13 minutes. Isn’t that crazy?
Earlier this year in the month of March, Xiaomi teased its 100W Super Charge Turbo technology which was able to charge a 4000mAh battery in just 17 minutes and this newer technology from Vivo is capable of charging the phone with same capacity in lesser time making it the highest charging power and fastest charging capacity in the smartphone market. Furthermore, there is also an official video posted by the company showing the technology.
Although Vivo has announced its new technology, it has not revealed the technology being this complicated 120W SuperCharge technology. Vivo has also not confirmed on when it will be starting the mass production of the technology and we expect it to unveil the tech along with a new flagship device but there is no official confirmation on the same as of now. This technology could be launched somewhere around the fourth quarter of this year and it should be interesting to see this competition between the smartphone makers.
Recently Vivo has also launched its iQOO gaming smartphone that came with fast charging with 4000mAh battery capacity and the device takes only 45 minutes to get completely charge via its 44W fast charging technology. It was also said that it uses a new charge pump technology with a conversion rate of 97 percent along with FCC technology to get 44W fast charging.
Since Vivo is going to announce its 5G phone at the MWC Shanghai 2019 we can expect the company to also unveil its new 120W Superfast Flash Charge technology. Which this rapid growth in technology we might be saving a lot of time and energy buy are they really safe? Well, share your views on the same by commenting in the section below and also let us know if you are eagerly waiting for this technology. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.