Vivo unveils Super FlashCharge 120W tech, claims to fully charge smartphones in just 13 minutes
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Vivo has unveiled its Super FlashCharge 120W tech on Wednesday in Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai, claiming to charge smartphones in just 13 minutes.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Vivo has unveiled its Super FlashCharge 120W tech on Wednesday in Mobile World Capital (MWC) Shanghai, claiming to charge smartphones in just 13 minutes. The company said that Super FlashCharge 120W features a new charge pump technology with a deeply customisable Type-C data cable and travel charger, realizing 120W ultra-high power charging (20V/6A). The company claims that this technology can charge a 4,000 mAh battery from 0 to 50 per cent in only 5 minutes and full in just 13 minutes.
"According to the data from lab test, Vivo Super FlashCharge 120W takes only 5 mins to charge a 4,000mAh battery from 0 to 50%, and can fully charge the smartphone in just 13 minutes. The ground-breaking technology now allows users to quickly top-up their smartphone battery and fully enjoy their mobile-enabled smart living," Vivo said, in a statement.
The company has also confirmed that its first commercial 5G smartphone will be officially available in Q3 2019. Based on 5G network and the 5G smartphone, the company also showcased a range of 5G applications including 5G Cloud Game, 5G Screen Mirroring and 5G EasyShare and many more smart life scenarios.
It said that the users will no longer need to download additional applications with the help of 5G enabled services.
Talking about the company's plan going ahead, Vivo's Senior Vice President Spark Ni said, "Vivo's mission has always been to develop innovative products to deliver the ultimate user experience, with smart devices and smart services as the core of our business. We hope through the introduction of new strategy and innovation we can truly make a big impact in improving people's quality of life and the society as a whole."
Apart from the above-mentioned technologies, Vivo also unveiled its first AR Glass at MWC Shanghai 2019. The glass supports dual-screen display and 6DoF Technology. The company said that users will be to experience a range of applications such as mobile office, AR games, 3D high-definition video, facial recognition and object recognition on the vivo AR Glass.
The five types of applications that are currently supported by Vivo AR Glass are: mobile game, mobile office, 5G theatre, facial recognition and object recognition.