Super lightning-fast charging technology seems to be one of the focuses of innovation for many mobile vendors today. One of them, Realme, is rumored to be developing 120W fast charging. This information comes from the whistle-blowing gadgets Ishan Agarwal. Through his tweet, he said that Realme is currently developing a fast charging 100W + which is likely to be announced this month.
“As you can see in the picture, 11660mA indicates the charging speed is almost 120W,” Agarwal wrote in his tweet.
Realme currently has a 65W fast charging feature called SuperDart which is used by Realme X50 Pro 5G. While the new flash fill technology is likely to be named UltraDart. Agarwal said this technology could fill a third of a 4000mAh battery capacity within three minutes. Meaning, to fully charge a 4000mAh battery it only takes about 10 minutes.
This rumor seemed to be indirectly reinforced by Realme Chief Marketing Officer Xu Qi Chase. In an interaction with netizens on Weibo, he said that fast charging 100W is a little slow.
This indicates that Realme is developing fast charging technology that is more speeding than 100W. If the 120W UltraDart fast charging really debuts this month, it is still unknown whether it will be immediately available to the public.
At present fast charging technology is still dominated by Oppo with SuperVOOC 65W. But it looks like there will be new vendors who are displacing the Oppo throne. In addition to Realme, Xiaomi and Vivo have previously exhibited 120W fast charging. Even Xiaomi’s technology has gotten 3C certification, which means the technology is ready to be launched to the market.
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