Vivo Working on Super FlashCharge Technology, Files Patent

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Vivo is working on its next-generation of smartphone charging technology dubbed Super FlashCharge tech. The Chinese smartphone maker recently filed for a new trademark application at EUIPO (European Intellectual Property Office). As you can see from the images listed below, the brand has added two trademarks namely Vivo Super FlashCharge and simply Super FlashCharge.

Vivo Super FlashCharge – 55W Fast Charging Tech?

Sadly, the trademark patent has not revealed any information on the technology. This means that we currently have no idea about how fast the upcoming charging technology will be. With previous rumors suggesting 55W fast charging in Vivo devices, the new technology might offer a super-fast 55W wired charging. So far, we have seen a maximum of 65W fast charging tech on the Oppo Reno Ace smartphone. With that said, the 55W charging technology is still blazingly fast. To give you an idea, it will be able to top up the 4,000mAh battery in just over half an hour. Just to give you an idea, the current 65W charging tech can top-up the 4,000mAh battery in an exact 30 minutes.

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To recall, an unknown Vivo phone with the model number V1955A last week appeared on the 3C certification with 5G connectivity and 55W fast charging support. With the charging tech trademarked, it seems like the device is quite close to the official unveiling. With that said, it would be interesting to see what the company has in its sleeves for us. Since the brand has trademarked the name, we should see more information surfacing online in the coming weeks.

The brand is also working on its next flagship device dubbed Vivo NEX 3 5G. The device recently received the TENAA certification revealing key specs and design of the phone. The company is also working on its third concept phone dubbed Vivo APEX 2020 that will see its official unveiling at MWC next month.

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