OnePlus 8T 5G’s Warp Charge 65 tech can charge the phone’s 4500mAh battery from 0 to 100% in 39 minutes

After confirming 120Hz Fluid display for the OnePlus 8T, the company today confirmed that the phone will come with Warp Charge 65, which is the company’s new 65W fast charging technology that is capable of charging the OnePlus 8T 5G’s 4500mAh battery from 0 to 100% in 39 minutes, and almost 58% in just 15 minutes.

The phone uses new twin-battery configuration that allows it to charge more than twice as fast as Warp Charge 30T. With this new setup, both batteries can charge at more than 30W simultaneously while staying cool even when using the phone. The OnePlus Warp Charge 65 power adapter is also designed to offer high compatibility with other devices. It features a dual-end USB-C port design, and supports all previous OnePlus charging protocols. It also supports up to 45W PD charging so that it supports devices such as laptops or tablets.

On top of the already secure chip framework, OnePlus has added an additional encryption chip to the charger and cable and 12 temperature sensors in the phone to allow OnePlus devices to charge intelligently and efficiently in different situations. Furthermore, a new heat dissipation system has been included in the OnePlus 8T 5G to keep the charging temperature at a comfortable level.

OnePlus will launch its OnePlus 8T 5G in India on October 14th at 7:30 PM and will offer a live stream of the event as usual. It will be sold on, and we should know more details about the smartphone in the coming weeks.

Regarding this, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, said:

Charging should be quick and simple to help make your digital life as burdenless as possible. With OnePlus’ focus on delivering a fast and smooth flagship experience, we changed our approach to fast charging with the OnePlus 8T 5G. Our new Warp Charge 65 technology will continue to transform the way people think about charging.

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