Realme also announced plans to launch two ultra-thin SuperDart chargers – 50W and 65W.
The UltraDART 125W load allows 98% conversion of electrical energy thanks to the two 6C cells. The process is simple – the charger converts 20 V to 6.25 A of electricity through three parallel circuits into 10 V at 12.5 A, simultaneously charging two 2000 mAh cells.
To protect the device, Realme implemented 14 temperature sensors in the battery architecture, as well as additional internal cooling for the smartphone. In this way, the UltraDART 125W has an average temperature that does not exceed 40 degrees Celsius.
UltraDART technology supports multiple protocols, including 125 W PPS, 65 W PD and 36 W QC. It is also compatible with previous Dart standards, all VOOC and Warp Charge variants – it comes as no surprise after all Realme managers have repeatedly confirmed that they use Oppo R&D and manufacturing factories, and OnePlus is also in the mix.
Realme is also planning to launch ultra-thin SuperDart chargers that will support “only” 50W and 65W – they will be light and portable and aim to replace the bulky chargers that people tend to carry around when the phone needs this extra juice.
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