Last July, Realme introduced a 125W UltraDART super-fast charger for smartphones. The CEO of the company has now confirmed that the first Realme smartphone to support this fast energy recharge technology will be launched next year.
Madhav Sheth, the company’s vice president and CEO for India, Europe and Latin America, told GSMArena today that the company will begin commercializing 125W UltraDART charging next year. Sheth said the “ultra-premium” flagship of the GT series would be the first device to support it, but did not provide details on the device.
According to official information, Realme UltraDart is capable of charging a 4000 mAh battery by a third in just three minutes. It is compatible with multiple charging protocols including 125W PPS, 65W PD, and 36W QC. Realme points out that its upcoming 125W UltraDART devices will receive 14 temperature sensors built into the battery and an advanced cooling system. Thanks to this, the average temperature during battery replenishment will not exceed 40 degrees Celsius. The UltraDART charger delivers energy at 10 V and 12.5 A. It can simultaneously charge two 2000 mAh batteries.
So far, there have been no reports of the new flagship smartphone Realme. The company recently launched the Snapdragon 870-powered GT Neo 2. It is likely that the new charging technology will debut in the GT2 smartphone, whose launch date has yet to be disclosed.