The Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has reportedly found an alternative for their Dash Charge or “Fast Charge’ as called in Europe. The replacement can be called the Warp Charge.

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While OnePlus’s dash charge is already pretty fast and almost no other consumer fast charging technology has got the chance to defeat it.

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But to take a step forward they are reportedly working on a new and a faster-charging technology which will be called the Warp Charge.

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The Dash charge was first introduced 2 years ago with the OnePlus 3 which blew everyone’s minds away.

The OnePlus 3 came with the Dash Charge technology built in and it came with the adapter and the cable in the box.

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It charges your OnePlus phone from 0 to 60 per cent in 30 minutes and their tagline ” Day’s Power in Half an hour” still stands true pretty much.

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OnePlus Warp Charge

According to reports, Dutch website MobielKopen, OnePlus had filed an application to trademark ” Warp Charge” at the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

Until now OnePlus doesn’t have support for any wireless chargers in the market and this trademark helps them to use it and invokes the possibility of wireless charging in an upcoming handset.

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The “Warp Charge” application submitted by OnePlus is under review by the authorities and will take some time to get cleared.

We are waiting for some announcements from OnePlus as soon as the application gets cleared.

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OnePlus’s Dash Charge Application Got Rejected

Earlier, OnePlus had filed a trademark application for their current charging technology “Dash Charge” in the United States and European Union in 2016.

In March 2018 the application was rejected and wireless headphone maker Bragi and Amazon had challenged in the European Union.

Amazon’s Dash replacement service helps the user to order goods from the platform when the supplies are low.


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