Earlier this year, the OPPO Reno8 5G received the DXOMARK 2022 Gold Battery label that acknowledged its excellent charging performance and a 36-Month Fluency Rating ‘A’ Mark from TÜV SÜD. Now, OPPO has officially confirmed that it has received TUV Rhineland certification for the Battery efficiency in its Reno8 Pro 5G smartphone. As per the certification, the OPPO Reno8 Pro 5G will deliver over 80 percent battery-capacity retention even after 1600 charging-discharging cycles that effectively span four years of use.
TUV Rheinland is an international expert body that tests batteries for durability, reliability, and safety. According to Rheinland lab, the Reno8 Pro 5G has been awarded the TUV Rhineland certification after testing OPPO’s proprietary lithium battery and Battery Health Management system. The smartphone can preserve 80 percent battery capacity after 1600 charge cycles to exceed the international standard of 60 percent battery capacity after 300 charge cycles.
The Reno8 Series undergoes more than 300 rigorous tests at OPPO’s QE Reliability Lab to ensure durability. OPPO has developed its Battery Health Engine (BHE) technology to ensure optimal battery efficiency for its Reno8 Series. BHE has a Smart Battery Health algorithm and Battery Healing Technology for improved performance and safety.
The Reno8 Pro 5G also comes with five-layer charging protection comprising adapter overload protection, quick charging condition identification protection, interface overload protection, battery current/voltage overload protection, and battery fuse protection. Together, these ensure optimal battery health for at least four years. Final testing by the TUV Rheinland has shown that BHE can successfully retain 80 percent of its original charging capacity for up to 1600 charge cycles, double the industry standard.
The OPPO Reno8 Pro 5G comes in two colors – Glazed Green & Glazed Black and the price starts at ₹45,999. It will be available via major eCommerce stores, OPPO online store, and also through mainline stores across India.