Tipster Digital Chat Station has shared on Weibo that Oppo will discontinue its Ace series altogether. The Ace series has two phones – Oppo Ace and Oppo Ace 2, which were launched in April this year. If this rumor is true, then the company is not planning to launch any new phone in this series.
The last phone in this series comes with Ace 2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, 65 watt SuperWook 2.0 flash charge, 40 watt air wook wireless fast charging and quad camera setup. The price of Oppo Ace 2 starts at 3,999 Chinese Yuan (about Rs 43,200) in China.
While Oppo is planning to discontinue its Ace series, it is also reported that Realme will introduce the lineup of the Ace series with a different branding. These new smartphones will include high-performance hardware just like the Ace series. Tipster reveals that Realme is working on a new handset for this new upcoming series and is likely to be launched next year. This phone is expected to include 125 W of tremendous fast charging support.
Oppo recently introduced its 125 watt flash charge fast charging technology, which is designed to charge a 4,000mAh battery up to 41 percent in just five minutes and fully in 20 minutes. The new technology will be combined with the company’s existing SuperVOOC and VOOC fast charging protocols and it supports 65 Watt PD and 125 W PPS standards.