In April, OnePlus released the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro – the latest smartphone brand to compete with premium flagships of the highest quality on the market. On launch, Onyx Black, Interstellar Glow, Ultramarine Blue and Polar Silver were offered by Oneplus, including Glacial Green. T ere is additional evidence that OnePlus is working on upgrading the Warp Charge 30 Technology.
Some new strings were found on Oneplus in the Engineering Mod App. It is because it is preinstalled on every OnePlus phone. The app made a news in late 2017 when it found that the privileges of the ADB shell process could be raised to superuser levels in a simple way.
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- New "Ice Blue" color for #OnePlus8Series device
- 65W Warp charging (will come in future devices, not for 8 series)
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The OnePlus 8 Pro can be easily charged by 30W wireless charging and wired 30W Charging. With OnePlus 6 T McLaren Edition, OnePlus debuted its 30W wired charging technology. A TÜV certification listing from Rheinland revealed earlier last month that OnePlus is developing a 65W fast-charge solution. The latest version of the Android 11 beta engineering app for the OnePlus 8 series confirms this feature now.
OnePlus 'Warp Charge 30 is charged at 5V/6A while the new OnePlus' Super Warp Charge 65w is likely to charge at 10V/6.5A. It allows for a much faster charging than OnePlus 8 or 8 Pro on the next OnePlus Smartphone, perhaps OnePlus 8T. OnePlus can choose to debut this feature with the OnePlus 8 model, although recently they ended their partnership with McLaren, so it is uncertain whether we are going to see new OnePlus phone hardware variants again.
Charging of 65W Super Warp is likely to be based on the same technology behind the 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 OPPO and the 65W SuperDart charge from Realme. With this charging technology, future OnePlus smartphones will probably have a double-cell battery similar to OPPo find X2 and Realme X50 Pro. There is a legitimate concern that such rapid charge may deteriorate the battery life and that the normal operation of the phone results in 2% efficiency loss, as is the way the dual-battery solution is implemented.
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