OnePlus 8T is just around the corner for the official unveiling and it supposed to get some major upgrades and one of them is the support for 65W charging which is dubbed as Warp Charging 65 which has been also been doing the rounds of the internet before OnePlus even made an official announcement.
The latest teaser advertisement shared by the OnePlus teases that the upcoming OnePlus 8T will be getting the “Ultra Fast” charging speeds which are even going to be faster than the current Warp Charge 30T and the next charging speed which is available in the market especially used by other smartphone manufacturers is 65W charger so it will be smart to guess that it’s going to have support for 65W charging.
Well, a 65W charger will not be something very new as we have already seen OnePlus. counterparts like Xiaomi and Realme adopting the new charging speedway before OnePlus. Several budget handsets even now come with the 65W chargers so it will be not as exciting as the original Dash Charger but it will be exciting to see how OnePlus will be implementing it.
OnePlus also gave us a little sneak peek of the upcoming Warp Charge 65 in the latest forum post and according to the forum post the upcoming charging technology will be able to give a day’s power in 15 minutes and it will be capable of charging OnePlus 8T’s 4500mAH battery completely in 39 minutes and it can charge half the battery in 15 minutes.
The OnePlus 8T will be having a dual battery setup and the new charger will be charging both the batteries simultaneously at more than 30W without being heated up.
Another big highlight of the upcoming OnePlus 8T will be a 120Hz display which has been officially confirmed by the OnePlus be CEO Pete Lau on the microblogging platform Twitter and he even said that he’s using the phone from the last few months.
OnePlus has also shared a video teaser for Warp Charge 65 which basically summarises OnePlus’ earlier charging technology and reveals the name of the new 65W charging tech.
OnePlus 8T 5G is set to arrive on October 14 without the bigger “Pro” variant as per the ongoing rumors.