OnePlus announces revolutionary battery technology: “it’s the beginning of a new era”

The Chinese firm has a new technology called the OnePlus Glacier Battery, which will increase the capacity of the power units of its phones and supposedly make them more resistant to discharge.

OnePlus announces revolutionary battery technology: "it's the beginning of a new era"
OnePlus will present its new battery technology in a few days.

We know that OnePlus does a lot of things, and it does them well. There’s the OnePlus 12, which stands up to the high-end with a moderate price and great specs. The same as the OnePlus Ace2 Pro, which becomes the brand’s de facto affordable high-end, also with heart-stopping specifications (especially its 24 GB of RAM and ultra-fast 150 W charging).

The brand could now be preparing a new bomb for a few days from now. As we can read in Fonearena, the brand has announced an event in China to unveil what appears to be a new high-performance battery technology. The manufacturer says that it is the “beginning of a new era”.

OnePlus’ new battery technology: what we know so far

According to the publication, the presentation will be made on June 20 in Shenzen. The information that is handled so far speaks of a greater capacity, a “superior technology” and a combination with CATL, manufacturer of what is considered to be the best lithium batteries on the market. This is what the company said:

Say goodbye to frequent charging, the anxiety of running out of power, and the hassle of powerbanks. The answer to battery life offered by the OnePlus Glacier Battery is beyond your imagination.

Let’s keep in mind that hyperbole is used a lot in corporate language, so let’s try to stick to some data that has been leaked. According to tipster Digital Chat Station, the first phone to feature this technology would be the OnePlus Ace3 Pro, which would also have a 6,100 mAh battery.

According to the leaker, these Glacier batteries would be made of silicon and carbon material that, in addition, would have a more advanced cell manufacturing process. This process would involve a redesign in the structure of these cells, which also suggests a reduction in volume in the energy unit and supporting ultra-fast charging of 100 W.

Be that as it may, in two days we will get rid of doubts. We’ll see what OnePlus presents next Thursday.

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