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Ultra-fast 65W charging at affordable prices? You can now thank OPPO


From China they already filter us to a new medium-cut OPPO smartphone, probably the OPPO Reno5, which would democratize the acclaimed 65W 'SuperVOOC' load for more affordable mobiles.

One more year, and despite Samsung's great commitment to folding mobile phones, they have undoubtedly been Chinese manufacturers who have encouraged us the most the course in one 'smartphone industry' that, in the absence of important news, keeps narrowing the gap between the range more premium and medium cut mobiles with more attractive prices.

Google itself was already marking the way with its Pixel 5, which will not arrive in Spain but changes the paradigm of flagship phones without the best specs of the market, by the way agreeing with Vivo, which with its X51 5G offers us one of the best experiences of the platform without the need for the best Snapdragon and at much more content prices.

Well now it is OPPO who shows us that their intentions continue on this path, because as we see leaked in the popular social network Weibo it seems that their next medium-cut mobiles will incorporate the acclaimed fast charging 'SuperVOOC' up to 65W to democratize it on much more affordable devices.

Rear OPPO Find X2 Neo

OPPO's 'SuperVOOC' charge continues to amaze, and will soon do so in basic ranges too.

If the sources are correct, this would be the new and hypothetical OPPO Reno5

It is obvious that we are still talking about rumors, but if Weibo does not offer you confidence, surely documents published by the Chinese certifier TENAA yes they convince you a little more, and whether or not it is the new OPPO Reno5 The truth is that the OPPO PEGM00 model and its OPPO PEGMT00 variant are already certified in China with a datasheet That puts them in the mid-range and adds surprises.

A surprise like the acclaimed superfast charge of the Chinese manufacturer, probably one of the best in the sector, which under its name 'SuperVOOC 2.0' offers powers up to 65W recovering 60% of the capacity of a standard 4,000 mAh battery in about 15 minutes, with 0-100% in just 36 minutes.

Hard to see capabilities like this in basic ranges if we do not look in the catalogs of Chinese manufacturers, always above average when it comes to compensating for hardware and prices.

Here it goes one of the documents published by TENAA, which unfortunately are not accompanied by sketches or images of the certified prototype:

The possible OPPO Reno5, leaked

These would be the characteristics of this hypothetical OPPO Reno5 that has been leaked in China.

Not only that, and the fact is that TENAA has already confirmed that the device measures 159.1 x 73.4 x 7.9 millimeters and weighs 172 grams, integrating a battery between 4,200 and 4,300 mAh to animate a MediaTek Dimensity 800 chipset with 5G modem and 2.4 GHz clock speed, which would arrive accompanied by different memory configurations.

For its part, the screen is OLED and has a diagonal of 6.43 inches, with standard 60Hz refresh rate and 180Hz sample rate on digitizer.

The resolution is not known but it will probably be FHD +in stretched format.

A 32-megapixel front camera would not be missing along with a quad module on the rear, with 64 MP main sensor, 8 MP wide angle and two auxiliary sensors of 2 megapixels each, probably in charge of measure depth and assist image processing in a camera that will also have AI and scene detection.

It is a device that would surely arrive in the first months of 2021, with Android 11 already pre-installed from the factory but masked as always by the company's ColorOS customizationThat yes, to date, it is still based on Android 10 in version 7.2 for all OPPO terminals.

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