Realme announced its 125W UltraDart Fast Charging technology in July, and now it looks like it is going to launch the first smartphone that will support it.
What is known
CEO Realme Madhav Sheth tweeted a teaser depicting a PSU for UltraDart Fast Charging. The imminent announcement of the smartphone is also hinted at by the inscription we’re planning # FAS7ER things for Europe. Naturally, there are no details about the new product. Perhaps it will be one of the Realme 7 devices. It will be shown in Europe at the presentation on October 7. By the way, on the same day in India, the company announces Buds Air Pro TWS headphones and a Smart Cam 360 ° surveillance camera.
I just stepped out of our realme Labs and couldn’t wait to share a sneak-peek of what’s coming up.
— Madhav Faster7 (@MadhavSheth1) September 29, 2020
Recall that UltraDart Fast Charging is capable of charging a 4000 mAh battery by 33% in just 3 minutes. The system uses an inverted chip structure that shortens the current path to the USB Type-C port and reduces the heat source. A power supply with this technology is compatible with PPS up to 125W, PD 65W and Qualcomm QC.
A source: Twitter