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OnePlus 9 Pro charging with Supervooc 2.0 (65W) or SuperDart (65W)

  1. Menahjatwa
    Eclair May 17, 2021

    Menahjatwa , May 17, 2021 :
    Hi all i happened to have a spare Supervooc 2.0 charge adapter (65W) & SuperDart (65W) laying around and these 2 chargers have the same output as OnePlus' Warp Charge 65W (10V = 6.5A)

    is it safe for OnePlus 9 or 9 Pro to use these charge adapter and cable ?
     

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  2. G_plusone
    Nougat May 17, 2021

    G_plusone , May 17, 2021 :
    @Menahjatwa you can use Either of Chargers. They are likely to fast charge your phone.
    Supervooc 2 and super dart charging are likely the same technology as Warp Charge 65.
    By The below answer by OnePlus Staff it seems you will get Warp Charge 65 or even Warp Charge 65T speeds said:
    Question: Will Warp Charge 30 adapters and an older fast charge my OnePlus 9 Series Device?
    Answer: Your OnePlus 9 Series will support charging at up to 18W with Warp Charge 30 and older adapters. Warp Charge 65 and Warp Charge 65T use a fundamentally different charging technology that relies on increased voltage, not just increased current, so the devices that have it are not able to take full advantage of previous chargers.
    https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/unofficial-week-in-review-vol-2-issue-7-answers-racing.1439353/
     
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  3. Menahjatwa
    Eclair May 17, 2021


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  4. G_plusone
    Nougat May 17, 2021

    G_plusone , May 17, 2021 :
    Yes I would guess so

    Here is an article explaining it better.
    https://gadgetstouse.com/blog/2020/10/24/realme-65w-superdart-charging-how-it-works-is-it-safe/

    All three are 10 V, 6.5 A output and dual cell battery system.

    https://www.androidcentral.com/warp-charge

    The Warp Charge 65 that came with OnePlus 8T should be close to Warp Charge 65T on the OnePlus 9 pro.
    If the difference is only in the Sensors in the OnePlus 9 pro
     

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  5. McLarenMania
    Honeycomb May 17, 2021


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  6. G_plusone
    Nougat May 17, 2021

    G_plusone , May 17, 2021 :
    The difference on the battery health is insignificant based on the charging technology used.
     

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  7. McLarenMania
    Honeycomb May 17, 2021

    McLarenMania , via OnePlus 7T Pro 5G , May 17, 2021 :
    Don't know. Have read so many for and against on this. Gonna see if slow charging helps at all
     

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  8. Menahjatwa
    Eclair May 17, 2021

    Menahjatwa , via OnePlus 9 Pro , May 17, 2021 :
    I have a co worker who uses Oppo Find X2 Pro since release and his battery health has not noticed any deterioration to his phone and the phone uses same 65W charging technology that applies to the OnePlus 8t and 9 Series.
     

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  9. G_plusone
    Nougat May 17, 2021

    G_plusone , May 17, 2021 :
    I say this mainly because of the time for which we Will be using the phone. 2 years or 3 years maximum if I can take a wild guess before you would consider switching.
    Don't think fast charging will have a noticeable difference in this time period especially with the battery advancements that had been developed.
    Especially considering the convenience fast charging gives us.
     

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  10. McLarenMania
    Honeycomb May 17, 2021

    McLarenMania , via OnePlus 7T Pro 5G , May 17, 2021 :
    I have had my OP7T McLaren for around 3 years now and at 93% design capacity after 2years of slow charging. Hope I get a bit more out of this phone.
     

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  11. G_plusone
    Nougat May 17, 2021

    G_plusone , May 17, 2021 :
    You definitely can get a couple more years of usage from the 7T pro 😉
     

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  12. Menahjatwa
    Eclair May 17, 2021

    Menahjatwa , via OnePlus 9 Pro , May 17, 2021 :
    They did a trial with phone that was compatible with Supervooc 2.0 and came to a conclusion that the phone need to be charged over 500x to notice any difference with the battery life and it was very minute.
     

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