As per some recent pieces of information, we have come across the details about the charging capacity of Oppo’s forthcoming foldable smartphone. Recently, the smartphone paid a visit to the 3C certification website in China. Notably, the OPPO Find N3 will feature faster charging in contrast to other foldable smartphones available in the market.
The upcoming foldable by OPPO will have support for 100W wired charging. Currently, there is no information about wireless charging. One thing that should be considered here is that OPPO introduced the Find N and N2 in the local Chinese market only. It is quite possible that the company will debut the Find N3 in the international market. Well, if this happens, then the smartphone could come with slightly slower charging than the original offering.
The model number of the smartphone is reported to be PHN110. It will package a VCB7CACH charger. The charger has dual functions i.e., it supports both USB-A and USB-C plugs. As well as supporting 100W charging, each of its two ports will also allow 50W charging independently.
OPPO Find N3 might fully charge in just half an hour
At 100W wired charging capacity, the OPPO Find N3 will immediately charge. It could feature a complete charge in just thirty minutes. Currently, there is no information on when the smartphone will debut. Likewise, there are no details about its battery as of now.
Last year, the company debuted the OPPO Find N2 at the end. There are slight chances that OPPO Find N3 might debut a little earlier. Reports suggest that OPPO Find N3 and OnePlus Open look similar. While the OnePlus Open was also scheduled to launch this month, it has reportedly been moved to October. Similarly, some rumors suggest that OPPO Find N3 could debut this month. We’ll have to wait till the two corporations disclose additional information about that since none of that is official information.
Badarinath Chopra is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.