The Oppo Reno Ace was the first phone on the market with Super VOOC 2.0 that can reach 65W fast-charging speeds. Now Brian Shen, company VP, confirmed on Weibo the successor of the phone will arrive in April.
A mysterious Oppo device codenamed PDHM00 is likely the very same Oppo Reno Ace 2, and it was certified at 3C with a 65W fast charger.
The Oppo PDHM00 phone will (unsurprisingly) have 5G. At the CCC website, we see a 10V/6.5A charger with model number VCA7GACH, which is exactly the same brick that came in the first Oppo Reno Ace retail box. As we establish a 4,000 mAh battery can be filled 49% in ten minutes and it needs only 28 minutes to reach 100%.
Sadly, the phone never escaped China and the global Oppo fans had to wait for the Find X2 lineup to meet the game-changing fast charging speeds of 65W.
The Reno Ace 2 is expected to have the latest Snapdragon chipset and other neat specs like LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 storage, so it might be one very attractive package. Here's hoping it will get wider availability than its predecessor.