Oppo just announced Opportunity Reno Ace, which comes with a 65W fast-charging technology that isn’t found on other devices. In fact, the device is the world’s fastest charging smartphone. The Reno Ace comes with a 65W GaN charger that can be used with laptops that support USB-C chargers.
There is something truly annoying about having to worry about cellphone battery capacity, especially when we are not at home. With most of using applications to hook up with people nearby and to look for landmarks, not having enough battery on our cellphones can feel paralyzing. While iPhone 11 claims to last longer than most Android phones in the market, the truth of the matter is neither the iPhone nor the existing Android devices last satisfactorily long. In addition, every device takes a long time to charge and we simply don’t have that kind of patience anymore.
What are Oppo Reno Ace’s other unique features?
Fast charging isn’t the only admirable feature of the Oppo Reno Ace. Here are some of the most impressive features of the world’s fast charging cellphone:
- Comes with a Snapdragon 855+ chip that makes everything super-fast
- A choice of 8GB or 12 GB memory, which is enough for most heavy-duty gaming and processing
- A choice of 128 or 256 GB of fast UFS 3.0 storage
- 6.5 inches Full HD display
- In-display fingerprint sensor
- Sony 48-megapixel primary sensor dazzles your photographic skills
The smartphone is also stylish to look at and is a great gadget to purchase if you would like to impress your friends. After all, one needs to purchase something that doubles up as an eye candy, especially when one is spending a decent amount on it.
What it might cost outside China
The 8GB/128GB combo costs $420 in China and the 12GB/256GB version costs $530. It is not clear when these devices will be available in other countries, and if there will be a price difference when they finally go up on sale in these markets. However, as with most Oppo products, they should be available in a few weeks across the world after the initial launch in China. Once you lay your hands on this phone, do let us know if fast-charging feature was enough to make you switch over completely to this model, or you decided to go back to your old smartphone.