According to a report, the OnePlus 9 Pro will have 50W support for fast wireless charging. This could be a significant leap over the OnePlus 8 Pro, which supported 30W wireless charging. It was previously rumored that the OnePlus 9 Pro has 45W wireless charging. It is also assumed that the flagship phone has a reverse wireless charging, which means that it can be used to charge another phone. OnePlus is expected to offer some software and hardware changes to the OnePlus 9 Pro compared to earlier Pro models. The phone will probably also have an improved heat management system to provide a faster wireless charging experience.
Pricebaba in collaboration with mentor Ishan Agarwal has reports that OnePlus 9 Pro there will be 50W wireless charging. OnePlus It is said that it will also launch a wireless charger Warp Charge 50 along with OnePlus 9 the series next week.
Offering 50W wireless charging, the OnePlus 9 Pro can provide one of the fastest charging speeds without requiring a cable to be connected directly to the phone. The 50 W rating is actually close to what you’ll get on most smartphones via cable charging. Interestingly, the OnePlus 9 series is supposed to have 65W cable charging, which is only 15W higher than the reported wireless charging support.
Last year OnePlus brought 30W wireless charging on OnePlus 8 Pro. At that time, the company also introduced the wireless charger Warp Charge 30.
OnePlus 9 Pro was previously It is said to include 45W fast wireless charging. The phone also speculates on wireless recharging, just like Huawei’s Mate series and Samsung’s Galaxy S, albeit at lower speeds.
OnePlus does not offer wireless vanilla charging OnePlus 8 last year. However, the company is likely to make some changes this year and may offer wireless charging support for the regular OnePlus 9 – along with the OnePlus 9 Pro.
However, the launch of the OnePlus 9 series is scheduled for March 23. We can expect some new details to appear in the meantime.
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