Realme Announces its Extreme 125W UltraDART Charging Tech

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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Yesterday, Oppo unveiled its blazing-fast 125W SuperVOOC flash charge among other ultra-fast charging solutions. Now, its sub-brand Realme has its technology branded as 125W UltraDART capable of charging a hefty 4,000 mAh from zero to 33 percent in just three minutes.

As per the announcement made on Realme’s handle on Chinese site Weibo, the 125W UltraDART is backward compatible too. Apart from that, Realme has also announced its two SuperDart Ultra-thin chargers aka 50W and 65W with the idea of simply putting it in one’s pocket rather than carrying a hefty power brick.

Talking about the 125W UltraDART, it is capable of converting 98% of electrical energy thanks to its dual 6C cells. Realme posted a diagram detailing the charging processor according to which, the charge transforms 20V at 6.25A using three parallel circuits of 10V at 12.5A that powers two 2,000 mAh cells. This allows the charger to juice up a hefty 4,000 mAh battery in no time. Just like Oppo’s 125W SuperVOOC, this UltraDart charger sports 14 temperature sensors to control its temperature inhibiting it to exceed a max of 40° Celcius. It uses an internal cooling system to cool off the brick.

Realme 125W UltraDART

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Apart from that, the 125W UltraDART supports way too many standards including 36W QC, 65W PD, 128W PPS and it is backward compatible with all Dart, VOOC, and Warp charge tech. This also becomes Realme is a sub-brand to Oppo and uses its R&D and manufacturing unit and it is also closely knitted with OnePlus and Vivo where all are a part of China’s BBK Electronics group.

As said, Realme is planning to roll out two ultra-thin SuperDart chargers at 50W and 65W that will support only 50W and 65W respectively. The Chinese smartphone maker has also promised a 5G phone coming in August when the UltraDART and other Darts are likely to b official as well.

 

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Yesterday, Oppo unveiled its blazing-fast 125W SuperVOOC flash charge among other ultra-fast charging solutions. Now, its sub-brand Realme has its technology branded as 125W UltraDART capable of charging a hefty 4,000 mAh from zero to 33 percent in just three minutes.

As per the announcement made on Realme’s handle on Chinese site Weibo, the 125W UltraDART is backward compatible too. Apart from that, Realme has also announced its two SuperDart Ultra-thin chargers aka 50W and 65W with the idea of simply putting it in one’s pocket rather than carrying a hefty power brick.

Talking about the 125W UltraDART, it is capable of converting 98% of electrical energy thanks to its dual 6C cells. Realme posted a diagram detailing the charging processor according to which, the charge transforms 20V at 6.25A using three parallel circuits of 10V at 12.5A that powers two 2,000 mAh cells. This allows the charger to juice up a hefty 4,000 mAh battery in no time. Just like Oppo’s 125W SuperVOOC, this UltraDart charger sports 14 temperature sensors to control its temperature inhibiting it to exceed a max of 40° Celcius. It uses an internal cooling system to cool off the brick.

Realme 125W UltraDART

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Apart from that, the 125W UltraDART supports way too many standards including 36W QC, 65W PD, 128W PPS and it is backward compatible with all Dart, VOOC, and Warp charge tech. This also becomes Realme is a sub-brand to Oppo and uses its R&D and manufacturing unit and it is also closely knitted with OnePlus and Vivo where all are a part of China’s BBK Electronics group.

As said, Realme is planning to roll out two ultra-thin SuperDart chargers at 50W and 65W that will support only 50W and 65W respectively. The Chinese smartphone maker has also promised a 5G phone coming in August when the UltraDART and other Darts are likely to b official as well.

 

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