OnePlus 8 Pro expected to come with 30W wireless, reverse wireless charging

We’ve seen several leaks from the OnePlus 8 series in the past few months, with a possible launch window this week. Now, it looks like there will be some more important details.

Teenager Ishan Agarwal reported that the OnePlus 8 Pro will receive 30W wireless charging and 30W reverse wireless charging. The first solution means it will be paired with the Xiaomi Mi 10 series for the fastest wireless charging solution. It must also be connected to the current OnePlus wired charging solution.

But it’s the apparent addition of the 30 W reverse wireless charging that caught our eye. We are very skeptical about this feature reaching the OnePlus 8 Pro, as the fastest reverse wireless charging speed on the market today is the 10W solution of the Mi 10. So the OnePlus would make a big jump in charging speed in comparison with the next fastest solution – a little unusual if they hadn’t offered this feature before.

The addition of the 30 W reverse wireless charging also affects the strength of the OnePlus 8 Pro, as it means that your phone can be emptied in just a few minutes by charging a friend’s device. Still, Agarwal has a good history of leaks, most of the time, so we expect the new phone to have a large battery to keep up with the faster reverse charging speed.

Agarwal and 91Mobiles also say that the phones receive a 120Hz screen. This is not surprising, as OnePlus has already confirmed that the series will come with a 120Hz refresh rate in 2020. But, hopefully, the standard model will also have a higher refresh rate. The sources also indicate that the OnePlus 8 series will support 5G dual mode (SA / NSA).

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