Just a few days after Oppo unveiled some fancy new camera technology, the company is back to show off its latest wireless charging gear. Like Realm before, this magnet-based charging system is designed to compete with Apple’s MagSafe, which has some different form factor available that anyone is looking to run their phone all day.

As part of the Smart China Expo 2021, Oppo unveiled a lineup of MagVOOC branded chargers, and although its speed may not be enough to match Realme’s 50W Magdart gadgets, Leave behind Of the three devices shown, the 40W charging stand is by far the most impressive. Like the Oppo S2, it can power a 4,000 mAh phone in just 56 minutes. Older phones that aren’t capable of hitting 40W speeds still support magnet charging, albeit at a more limited speed of 30W.

Oppo also showed off a 20W charging pad with a 20W wireless power bank. The pad design comes close to Apple’s MagSafe charger, with a pick-up magnetic disk attached to the back of the phone. Meanwhile, the wireless power bank has a 4,500mAh battery and a 10-W USB-C port to juice up the wired connection.

All three gadgets also support Qi wireless charging at limited speeds (15W on the stand, 10W on both the pad and power bank). Even if it’s a little slow, it helps keep every device in your possession powerful and ready to go.

Oppo’s speed is impressive compared to Apple’s MegSafe, which tops the iPhone 12 at 15W. Types of technology in future devices Unfortunately, pricing and availability details have not been announced.

Oppo also unveiled its new “Air Charging” technology, which, despite not being ready for prime time, promises to bring up to 7.5W of power to nearby devices without a perfect lineup. There are no plans to bring it to market right now, but the idea of ​​charging the phone without working on the location is certainly something of a beautiful future.