OPPO said that the smartphone Reno8 Pro 5G, which came out earlier this year, has been certified by TUV Rhineland for its battery efficiency.
This certificate says that the smartphone’s battery will still have more than 80% of its original power after 1600 charging and discharging cycles, which is four years of use. This is better than the international standard, which says that a battery will only have 60% of its original power after 300 charge cycles.
TUV Rheinland is a global expert organisation that tests batteries for durability, dependability, and safety. TUV Rhineland certified the phone after testing OPPO’s proprietary lithium battery and Battery Health Management system, according to OPPO.
The Reno8 5G received the DXOMARK 2022 GOLD BATTERY label earlier this year, recognising its excellent charging performance as well as a 36-Month Fluency Rating “A” from TÜV SÜD.
OPPO claims that the Reno8 Series is subjected to over 300 rigorous tests at OPPO’s QE Reliability Lab to ensure durability. The company also stated that its Battery Health Engine (BHE) technology has been developed to ensure optimal battery efficiency for its Reno8 Series. For improved performance and safety, BHE includes a smart battery health algorithm and battery healing technology.
The Reno8 Pro 5G has five layers of charging protection: protection against adapter overload, protection against quick charging condition identification, protection against interface overload, protection against battery current/voltage overload, and protection against battery fuse overload.
The Reno8 Pro 5G is priced at Rs. 45,999 and is available from the OPPO Online Store as well as major retailers.