Realme’s 125W fast charging technology will be launched on July 16, company released teaser
New Delhi: Recently there was news that the smartphone maker Realme will soon launch its new 125W fast charging technology in the market. At the same time, the company’s CEO Madhav Seth has informed through a Twitter account that the company is going to announce on July 16 about the new fast charging technology. This technique is called dart charge rather than fast charge. By the way, Realme is not the only company working on 125W fast charging technology. Rather, OPPO is also going to launch this technology in the market today i.e. July 15.
Madhav Seth, CEO of Realme India, shared a post on his Twitter account. This post describes the new generation of charging, dart charging. It has also been reported that in the year 2109, the fast charging flagship knocked into the market. After this, the first 65W charging support smartphone was launched in India in the year 2020. Now the new generation of charging technology is going to knock Dart. However, it was not clear in the tweet that 125W fast charging will be launched under Dart technology. ADVERTISING
But in a hint given by the company recently, on July 16, 121W or 125W fast charging technology will knock the market. Which can charge a third phone battery in just 3 minutes. Apart from this, the company has also indicated through a teaser that it is working on a 6,000mAh battery and may soon launch a smartphone with a 6,000mAh battery. By the way, Realme X50 Pro 5G was the first smartphone of the company which was launched with 65W fast charging support.
At the same time, let us know that one day before Realme i.e. OPPO is about to launch its 125W fast charging technology. Apart from this, iQOO has also announced 120W technology. With its help, users can charge 0-50 percent of the battery in just 5 minutes. While it will take only 15 minutes to be fully charged. Not only this, according to the report Xiaomi is also planning to launch the 100W fast charging solution next month.