Oppo K11 is already listed on TENAA and we know some key specs, but today we learned about a new major feature, which will be a first for the whole mid-range lineup. The phone was certified on 3C with 100W fast charging, an impressive increase over the 67W rates of the K11x and K10x.
The triple-digit rate is present in only three Oppo phones so far - the Find X6 Pro flagship and the premium duo Reno10 Pro and Reno10 Pro+, none of which are available outside of China, which is suspicious. The SuperVOOC standard offers 11V/9.1A output with a VCBAHBCH adapter, likely coming in the retail box.
Sadly, the Oppo K series is pretty much exclusive to China, so once again, international users are likely to miss the 30-minute full charge from 0 to 100% of the 5,000 mAh battery. They are also not going to see the 6.7” OLED, the Snapdragon 782G and the 50 MP main camera, but Oppo might relaunch the phone on the global market under a different name.
I wonder if this feature caters to those who want shorter and shorter down times Batteries can only be charged a finite number of times All faster charging delivers is faster recharging, NOT increased battery longevity. Those that see it ...
Meanwhile ten out of ten best selling phones are sub-50W... And people still don't care about the useless feature.