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OnePlus Warp Charge 30 car charger launched

16 May 2019 2

OnePlus has launched a new car charger named OnePlus Warp Charge 30. It is the newest car charger which has been released three years after the release of Dash Charge car charger. The latest offering is claimed to offer the same fast charging experience in the car which OnePlus users get from their Warp smartphone charger.

The Warp Charge 30 features a low-key gray matte finish which makes it look premium. There is a Red-colored light ring which lightens up when the charger is in use. The light color is said to be inspired by the vehicle rear lights and it does look good.


OnePlus says that this new car charger is capable of charging the phone to almost half within 20 minutes. It is the same output which the company promises for the smartphone charger. It further has different safety measures like protection from overcurrent, overcharging, overheating, and short-circuit. It also keeps the smartphone temperature under cool and ensures that it stays cool even if the phone is under usage while charging like playing music or navigating.

It should be noted that the OnePlus Warp Charge 30 will work with 30W Warp charging only on the OnePlus 7 Pro. For all other smartphones including OnePlus 7, it will offer standard fast charging. OnePlus has priced the charger at Rs. 1,990 in India with availability listed as Coming Soon.


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AbhayThakur
AbhayThakur

Of course, when there's upgrade in a device, performance is expected to be superior. But OnePlus has done cool so the protection features like protection from overcurrent, overcharging, overheating, and most importantly short-circuit are taken into account.

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