You’ll be able to wirelessly charge the OnePlus 9 from 0-100 in less than an hour


As we move closer to the official announcement, it seems that OnePlus is content with practically sharing all of the key features of its upcoming flagship devices. We’ve already seen quite a few camera comparisons, along with full renders of what both devices will actually look like. This time around, the company’s Twitter account has revealed that the OnePlus 9 Pro will be able to charge from 0-100% in less than 45 minutes.

This is possible thanks to the upcoming Warp Charge Wireless 50 charger, which includes a ‘twin-battery design’ of the OnePlus 9. In many cases, this is faster than some smartphones can charge even with a Power Delivery wall plug and a compatible cable.

One potential concern you may have has to do with the actual heat being transferred between the Warp Charge charger and the phone itself. OnePlus is likely to combat this with a fan or two in the charger itself to keep things from getting too hot.

Last year, OnePlus introduced its first wireless charger with the Warp Charge Wireless 30 charger, but that was quickly out of stock and featured an attached USB-C cable. We’re hoping that this time OnePlus gets rid of the non-removable cable so that we can use whatever cables we wish to with the wireless charger.

OnePlus has been one of the leaders when it comes to bringing much-faster charging speeds to handsets, alongside Samsung. But it seems that Samsung is content with leaving speeds around 25W wired speeds with its devices. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 8T is capable of charging at speeds up to 65W with a compatible wall charger. Now, the company is bringing these ultra-fast charging speeds to its wireless charger.

As a reminder, the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro are slated to be revealed on March 23rd, along with the potential of a OnePlus Watch. So stay tuned for that announcement and let us know whether you’ll be looking to pick up the latest OnePlus flagship.


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