Oppo sets up new lab in Hyderabad to improve battery life and fix smartphone software bugs

Oppo has announced the establishment of a specialized Power and Performance laboratory in its R&D center in Hyderabad. This lab will aim to create technologies to make devices more energy efficient and will address issues such as software bugs. Also, it will create new features to improve the overall end-user experience. This comes after the company launched its “5G Innovation Lab and Camera Innovation Lab” at the R&D center in Hyderabad. Oppo has a team of over 450 members at the R&D center in India.

“The lab will aim to improve the user experience even with intensive uses such as gaming, photography, videography, video calls and streaming by stimulating innovations towards smoother performance and longer battery life. long,” Oppo said in a statement. Other aspects that this lab will focus on are battery retention and improving the heating of the device.

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“The establishment of the Power and Performance Lab marks the third significant development towards realizing our dream of building a comprehensive product development ecosystem from India. In line with our “Inspiration Ahead” vision, which puts optimism and inspiration in the face of the challenges and uncertainties everyone faces, we aim to create a self-sustaining ecosystem for smartphones, from innovation to manufacturing in India,” said Tasleem Arif, Vice President. , and R&D Manager, Oppo India.

“This lab will prove to be a pivotal development in driving the next big revolution in user experience, especially with the advent of 5G in India. The lab will develop solutions that exhibit exceptional power optimization and unparalleled performance, which would be a must for every 5G device. Through this establishment of an optimization lab alongside the R&D center, we aim to develop a technology for OPPO’s humanity that will end up in the hands of million users worldwide,” he said.

Oppo recently announced two high-speed flash charging technologies: SUPERVOOC 150W with Battery Health Engine (BHE) and SUPERVOOC 240W flash charging. SUPERVOOC 150W Flash Charge with BHE (Battery Health Engine) uses direct charging technology with charging bumps, therefore it is capable of charging a 4500mAh battery from 1% to 50% in 5 minutes and up to 100% in 15 minutes. Additionally, SUPERVOOC 240W technology supports up to 24V/10A charging and is capable of charging a 4200mAh battery to 100% in 9 minutes.

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