As is already known, Chinese producers tend to compete in everything related to new technologies. This time it was his turn fast charging. This time, the Realme brand said that it would make a minor revolution in charging smartphones.
Currently the company is winning field rýchlonabíjačiek OPPO with me 65 W SuperVOOC Flash technology. We could see it already in the model Ace 2Whether their latest Reno 4 series.
4 mAh battery charges in 000 minutes
Trusted source named Ishan Agarwal on your Twitter has revealed that Realme is currently working on its up to 120 W quick charger.
While Xiaomi yielded not even their 100 W technology solution Realm has now slightly higher. Their technology should debut yet this month.
A reliable source tells me that #realme's developing a 100W + fast charging tech to be revealed in July. It might be called "Ultra Dart" and can charge 1 / 3rd of a 4000mah + battery in just 3 mins.
As you can see in the image, 11660mA indicates almost 120W of charging speed. pic.twitter.com/tfjJZFHiPx
- Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) July 9th, 2020
Currently the fast charging Realme is up to date 65 W, calling it Super Dart. incoming 120 W Technology should be called Ultra Dart. We don't know yet whether this will be the case in the finals yet.
The source further revealed that the battery size 4 000 mAh charger can handle the load 1/3 its capacity only for 3 minutes.
The picture above shows us fully charged 4 000 mAh battery charger which handily mastered already charged 10 minutes. Value 11 mA proves to us that the charger should realistically offer up 120 W charging speed. It sounds really incredible.
Realme Vice President for China Xu QI recently declared that competitive 100 W Fast charging, so a little slow. It is probably already clear from this that Realm is currently aiming for the highest possible target in the field of fast charging.
However, the question remains whether the debut 120 W Charging will also first smartphones, Or we had to wait until sometime later this year.
Xiaomi also presents its 120 W solution
Last month, Xiaomi officially received 3C certification 120W for your charger. The charger under the code name MDY-12-ED also appeared in the leaked video, where it was clear that it was a real product.
Xiaomi could theoretically be first company with 120 W quick charger on the market.
Last year in June, it unveiled the company Vivo named Super Flash Charge. Their charger able to charge 4000 mAh battery for 13 minutes. It is only a matter of time before Vivo launches its first smartphone with 120 W charging support.