Tow models of the Oppo Find X flagship have just been spotted at 3C China, and we have some bad news in store. The 3C certification suggests there is no Super VOOC on the two said phones. Oppo’s VOOC charge was a revolutionary tech when it launched with the Find 7 and it was the fastest of its time. Even now, it is one of the fastest right up there with Dash Charge.
Recent rumours and leaks have been persistently stating that the Find X would come with Super VOOC. The fast charging tech was showed off some time back at a demo booth in MWC if I remember. We saw an insane charge time of 15 minutes for a 3,000mAh battery that is unheard of even now with any other charging technology. That was a long time back and then it all faded away. The spotlight on Super VOOC has returned because it was a key feature of the Find 7.
Coming to the 3C certification, it is quite clear that the two models here support 5V/4A (20W) charging. That is not the speed that would be required of Super VOOC for a 15-minute top-up. Also, the Oppo R15 already comes with 5V/4A (20W) charging, so we’re looking at VOOC and not Super VOOC.
Well, that’s a big let down from Oppo. If anything, the only hope I had was to see the next-gen fast charging tech hit the market. That all seems to be down the drain for now. The two models PAFM00 and PAFT00 could be the Find N and Find S that were trademarked by the company recently.