Realme, as reported as well other Chinese producers, has officially unveiled its new 125 W charging technology. It bears the name Ultradart and 33% of the battery only recharges for incredible 3 minutes!
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Currently, the company OPPO still has the already tested 125 W fast charging, which is what it is about we informed you. However, Realme was originally established as a sub-brand of OPPO and therefore still shares certain technologies.
Extremely fast charging
Realme tested its new 125 W UltraDart charging on a device that had battery capacity 4000 mAh. According to their measurements, it can replenish 33% of the battery in less than one 3 minutes, which is really fantastic. It uses the special principle of three-way charging with efficient cooling.
More precisely, it is about charging in three branches, where it works with a reducing voltage to lower the temperature. The battery is not charged in its entirety, but is divided into two blocks, which are charged at half power.
However, this process takes place at the same time, so after adding up the power, we get a value of 125 W. The manufacturer claims that they were able to achieve an efficiency of 98%, mainly due to well-resolved cooling. The batteries also contain special 6C cells, which are much more efficient.
Better cooling is also provided by the new design, which shortens the path between the USB Type-C port and the heat source, thus heating a much smaller part in the device itself. Realme further stated that the temperature does not exceed the temperature during the charging process 40 degrees Celsius.
Compatibility with laptops and older standards
The good news is that with UltraDart charging, it is also possible to charge notebook. There is also backward compatibility with older and slower charging standards from Realme, OPPO and even OnePlus.
More precisely, these are VOOC, Dart, Warp, SuperVOOC, SuperVOOC 2.0 and SuperDart charging protocols. It also supports 125 W PPS standard, 65 W PD standard and 36 W QC fast charging standard. There is also a lack of worldwide support within the voltage of 100 - 240 V.