The concept behind the new OnePlus charging station is very simple-you realize you’re at an airport that needs quick refills and your phone simply vibrates to guide you to a convenient nearby charging station. I will. This feature was first launched in India, and the charging station in question uses a wireless beacon to notify nearby OnePlus devices, so the “feature” is actually an accurate description.
This also requires software support on the user’s device. OnePlus was initially deployed on OnePlus 8, OnePlus 7, and Nord series devices, with support for the OnePlus 6 series in progress. Triggers a notification when a supported phone detects a nearby beacon. If you are at the airport and are not interested in charging, you can mute it. Notifications are completed with directions to the station itself. These aren’t too flashy like indoor navigation, but simple text clues and rough distance estimates. This can be a bit annoying for indoor navigation enthusiasts who want to experience something like flashy UWB (Ultra-wideband) technology, but it makes sense for OnePlus to adopt more traditional advertising beacon-style technology. It’s good. Supports a large set of existing users.
OnePlus Charging Station Notification
So far, the OnePlus charging station is just a pilot test program in India. The station is currently available at Bangalore Airport and will soon be available at Delhi Airport. The charging station is equipped with a WARP Charge 30 USB port. This is good news for OnePlus users in a hurry. However, from the sound of things, there is no cable to actually use, so you need to have your own red cable at hand. It’s a little more stretch. Regular USB cables should work for both OnePlus and non-OnePlus devices, but it’s known that using WARP chargers for traditional “USB spec” charging can be problematic. Please note that Some reports claim that the OnePlus charging station is also equipped with a regular power outlet. This is great.
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As for the elephants in the room, this looks like a neat PR move, but its usefulness is a bit limited even on the best days, and 2020 is pretty much the opposite. Still, we need to admire OnePlus’ optimism that things will sooner or later return to normal, and enthusiastic OnePlus owners will begin to flood the airport.