Today, OPPO announced that it has signed a VOOC flash charge patent license agreement with eight chip and ready-to-sell product companies. Based on the agreement, the eight companies will be able to develop, manufacture and sell chips and accessories that support VOOC flash charging patented technology.
VOOC flash charging is a fast charging technology developed by OPPO. According to official data, VOOC flash has applied for more than 1,000 core patents worldwide. Global VOOC flash charging users have also exceeded 100 million.
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As early as November last year, OPPO officially announced the authorization of VOOC flash charging technology and signed a VOOC flash charging patent license agreement with six companies. At present, the first six companies that have obtained VOOC flash charging patent licenses are developing related products.
The new eight companies that signed the VOOC flash charge patent license agreement with OPPO include: Anke Innovation Technology Co., Ltd., Angbao Electronics (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Hangzhou Silan Microelectronics Co., Ltd., and Lierda Technology Group Co., Ltd. Company, Ningbo Bull Digital Technology Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Renqing Excellence Investment Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Shishang Chuangzhan Technology Co., Ltd. and Xinhai Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.
About OPPO VOOC Flash Charge Technology
The OPPO VOOC stands for Voltage Open Loop Multi-step Constant-Current Charging. It is a proprietary rapid-charge technology developed by OPPO. Due to it, certain OPPO devices can be charged from 0 to 75% in just 30 minutes. In contrast to Qualcomm’s QuickCharge technology, which just increases the voltage during fast charging, VOOC uses a higher current than normal USB 2.0 charging. This technology lowers the temperature of the charging adapter. Not only that, the created interface from the adapter to the phone improves the speed and safety of the charge.
By the way, VOOC 2.0 has been licensed to OnePlus as the Dash Charge technology. And though OnePlus does not like to talk about this, the VOOC 2.0 and Dash are compatible.