Oppo, realme’s parent brand, recently revealed their new line-up of fast charging technology that deliver speeds upto 125W wired, and upto 65W wirelessly. Following Oppo, realme also announced their version of the same as 125W charging technology, which is more or less a rebranded version of Oppo’s technology. It is termed as UltraDart charging, which picks up from the previous Dart charge branding used by realme. realme’s 125W UltraDart charge can charge a device 33% in just 3 minutes, realme UltraDart is the latest addition to realme’s existing Dart and SuperDart charging technologies. Now, realme has announced that it will soon introduce ultra thin chargers for 50W and 65W SuperDart chargers.
Talking about the these realme ultra thin SuperDart chargers, realme has now shared an official teaser hinting launch in upcoming months. From the teaser image, the upcoming realme SuperDart Chargers, look quite similar to Oppo’s Flash Chargers that were revealed a few days ago. These chargers are backwards compatible with previous VOOC/DART Charging and are also compatible with QC and PD charging standards.
By observing the chargers unveiled by Oppo, we can get an idea about what realme might have in store for us because of the similar technologies. Following are the chargers revealed by Oppo few days ago,
- Oppo 125W Flash Charge (Supports 65W SuperVOOC/125W PPS/65W PD/36W QC/30W VOOC)
- Oppo 50W mini SuperVOOC Charger
- Oppo 110 MiniFlash Charger
realme UltraDart technology is a breakthrough in terms of mobile charging technologies as it claims to charge a 4,000mAh battery up to 41 percent in just five minutes and fully charge it in 20 minutes. To deliver these speeds, dedicated hardware is required, but as of now, we don’t have know about any smartphones launching with UltraDart technology in the immediate future.
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